This question was answered on Tue 21, Sep 2010 09:30am by Dr.Ravindra Rajput

I've noticed recently that ants come around my panties whenever i take it off and leave it for a while to take a bath. What could be the cause?

    
Asked by satin doll (Female; 24; not so sure, coz it's been a while since i've done a checkup but i once had appendicitis surgery in 2000; Relevant drugs:none ) on Mon 20, Sep 2010 07:23am

I've noticed recently that ants come around my panties whenever i take it off and leave it for a while to take a bath. What could be the cause?

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Answer by Dr.Ravindra Rajput  on Tue 21, Sep 2010 09:30am:

Hi, ants around or in pants is not normal. Ants have attraction towards sugar and all sweet things. If ants are around panties it means after urination some drops might be present on panties which may contain sugar. There may be possibility of diabetes in which sugar comes out in urine in small amount. You need to undergo benedicts test which will determine sugar in urine. Also you need to undergo blood sugar and Hb1 AC levels. If test are normal not to worry. I suggest you to consult physician. Take care and regards.
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Comment by Ticada on Sun 07, Apr 2013 05:33pm:
For a couple of weeks now I've notice ants in the dirty laundry but only on my 11yr old daughter's underwear crotch. It seems to be eating the crotch where there is a vaginal discharge. I am worried, should I be?

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