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# What happens if you wear the same underwear more than 2 days in a row?

###### Wiki User

###### February 07, 2011 1:25AM

Nothing will happen you might just smell.

Not only might you smell. The fungus that causes jock itch can

start to grow in the crotch area. Most men have had jock itch at

least once. It can be very uncomfortable. Women can get jock itch

too.

## Related Questions

###### Asked in Chlamydia

### If you had chlamydia do you have throw away your underwear?

No, you don't need to get rid of your underwear after chlamydia
treatment. Chlamydia does not live outside the body for more than a
few minutes. You can't catch it from wearing the same underwear,
even if you didn't launder it. Although laundering it is always
recommended for general hygenic reasons.

###### Asked in Calendar

### Does February and March have the same month?

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the
week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more
days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February
has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.
No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week
and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days
after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29
days and March starts one day later in the week.
No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week
and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days
after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29
days and March starts one day later in the week.
No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week
and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days
after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29
days and March starts one day later in the week.
No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week
and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days
after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29
days and March starts one day later in the week.
No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week
and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days
after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29
days and March starts one day later in the week.
No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week
and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days
after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29
days and March starts one day later in the week.
No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week
and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days
after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29
days and March starts one day later in the week.
No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week
and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days
after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29
days and March starts one day later in the week.
No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week
and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days
after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29
days and March starts one day later in the week.
No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week
and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days
after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29
days and March starts one day later in the week.

###### Asked in Health

### What is depends underwear made of?

###### Asked in Religion & Spirituality

### Why does other Muslims do not wear underwear?

That is not true. There is nothing that may prevent Muslims from
doing so.
However, Muslims never wear underwear on Hajj as that is one of
the rules/ traditions. It is the same in Pakistan and many hot
countries where it is more healthy not to wear, and I prefer not
to. But no religious reason except for Hajj.