Seeing ants in your used panties for the first time wouldn’t be alarming than seeing them multiple times. Ants rely far more on their sense of smell than humans, so when they are searching for food, they are looking for smell that associate with organic materials.
Finding ants in your used panties/underwear may indicate two things. Having normal vaginal discharge in your panties or you would be passing out more sugar in your urine. Ants eat all sorts of things and your vaginal discharge is one of their best meal, why because it is purely organic. So, they may be in your used panties to see probably if they can eat their favourite organic meal.
Moreover, ants are really attracted to sugar. This evident in our households where ants surround any food substances with sugar in it. Ants congregate near unflushed toilet bowls or toward spilled urine. Sometimes they are seen in hamper baskets with soiled underwear. These observations are indeed evidence of sugar being in the urine of these individuals, thanks to the efficient sugar-detecting capabilities of our tiny crawling friends. Many times, this may be the initial sign that blood sugar is abnormally high. It is advisable to quickly request a blood glucose and urine glucose test to see if sugar level is elevated in this. Remember high blood sugar is a threat to your survival
So, the next time you see ants in your used pants, check to see if they are probably enjoying their organic meal in vaginal discharge, if not, your next step should be the clinic to check your blood and urine sugar.
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The article was written by Godfrey Yeboah Amoah and published at vagicarekonsult.com. Translation and voice note were done by Mrs. Nancy Boateng