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Mens Silk Underwear
Comfort: The main reason men wear underwear is for comfort. There is no medical consequence to not wearing underwear if one so chooses. All the best. ...Read more
What are the health risks of women wearing men's underwear? On a regular instead of panties and so forth
None!: Assuming they are clean. Most mens briefs are cotton and can be bleached when washed and sanitized. Women frequently ( even in my office) wear nylon, or polyester briefs, which cannot be thorughly lceaned, and are also non-absorbent. I recommend everyone were cotton briefs for daily wear. Sexual encounters-another matter! ...Read more
Best underwear to prevent chafing in men? What brand should I buy and what to do to prevent chafing? 24yr old male about 196pounds 5^9: height
Brief boxer : Any cotton brief boxer, may use a powder as well if alot of sweating during the day and may need to change during the day if you are staying wet. I hope this helps and you are well. ...Read more
Stds from triying on jeans pants at the mall not possible ? While wearing underwear? Asking for gf would answer be same for men
STD: You do not get STDs from trying on jeans. You get STDs as the acronym states: sexually transmitted disease. ...Read more
Hi, am I at risk of HIV? A man in his underwear rub his penis against my ass. Can HIV pass through underwear fabric? Do I need to get tested?
Can I catch HIV from having frottage in our underwear? (2 men) There was no open mouth kissing...just dry humping in underwear
No risk at all: Definitely there is no risk of HIV or other STD transmission through clothing. HIV is sexually transmitted only by vaginal or anal intercourse. Never by kissing and rarely if ever by oral-genital contact, so this would have been a no risk event even with those contacts. No worries at all about this event. Best wishes and stay safe! ...Read more
I've heard that if man do not wear underwear then the testicles will be situated in loosy scrotum that will reduce sperm production. Pls give advice..
Nausea in the morning no vomiting more frequent urination not sleeping at night wake up with lower backaches, underwear always wet, no mens. 2 month?
Living Life: No. Not in any way.Get a more detailed answer ›
Most Comfortable: Whatever he is most comfortable wearing. The only difference for men in terms of the underwear they wear is comfort level. Some men prefer the support of briefs or boxer briefs, while others prefer the comfort of boxers. If a teen is trying to decide, help him buy one of each type to see what works best. ...Read more
Underwear: Provides an extra layer of protection in cooler climates & extra layer of coverage in societies concerned with modesty; also helps prevent urine/fecal stains of outerwear, which tends to be more expensive & more difficult to launder. Going "commando" is touted as "liberating" by some but may prove embarrassing in some situations. Too tight underwear can cause problems as well. ...Read more
No disadvantage: Underwear were designed to provide warmth and support, also facilitating keeping more expensive outerwear cleaner. However there is no disadvantage of not using underwear, some cultures still do not use underwear. ...Read more
Maybe leukorrhea: Female? Leukorrhea is a normal cause to have wet stains in the underwear. It is a combination of sloughed cells & vaginal secretions that can be clear to white. It can dry white to slightly yellow or tan in underwear. A symptomatic discharge should be evaluated. ...Read more
Vaginal odor?: panty shields are a choice, but aren't necessary. While there is a "smell" to a vagina, this is nothing to be ashamed of or try to cover up. It's normal. Sometimes a panty shield is not "breathable", and may contribute to vaginal odor or overgrowth of bacteria or yeast. Ur panties likely don't smell Bc of the shield. Try cotton panties and no shield, and see your ob to be checked for infection. ...Read more