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Why are there yellowish hairs that are brittle and snap easily on your scrotum?


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2006-10-16 01:18:13
2006-10-16 01:18:13

The yellowish color on the pubic hair on the scrotum is probably urine that has leaked from the urethra on to the scrotum after urination. Continuous and repeated drops can actually stain the pubic hairs. They become brittle because of the high concentration levels contained in urine.

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You can remove hair from your scrotum and penis by using a razor or a hair removal cream.

Igneous rock can range from unweathered basalt and granite which is very hard, to lava hairs which are brittle to the touch, or pumice, which can easily be broken with a hammer.

On average, a man grows between 370-640 pubes on the scrotum. But this can vary depending on: The Age The Hair Colour and Diet I hope this helped your query.

The little hairs are connected to nerves at the surface of your skin, so that you are more sensitive to erotice stimuli. It also creates a weave of hair that can revent microscopin bacteria and even dust from coming into contact with the genitalia, which should be clean. Hair on the scrotum sorta serves the same purpose of eyebrows.

in general, brittle bushes in the desert have deep roots to absorb as much water as possible (or is that cacti?) anyway, they have tightly curled leaves that reduce moisture loss. Leaf pubescence (leaf hairs) grow on brittle brush. These leaf hairs reduce the amount of light the plant is able to absorb, therefore limiting the rate of photosynthetic activity.

Your scrotum will hang lower as it grows to accomodate the increasing size of your testes. The skin of your scrotuum will get deeper in colour, the surface will probably get covered in small bumps and you may grow hairs on your scrotum.

It stops it sticking to your thigh when you get hot and sweaty for one thing. Having your scrotum stick to your thigh, which it does when your scrotum first grows during puberty but before you grow hairs on it, can be unpleasant and potentially painful. The hair also creates a micro-climate around your scrotum which helps to regulate its temperature. The main reason though is that it is probably a left over trait that we have inherited from out distant ape like ancestors.

Many people have described the skin of a scrotum as being like "chicken skin." If you have seen a plucked chicken, before it is cooked, you'll get the general idea. Essentially small, raised spots scattered all over the surface of the scrotum (and sometimes the shaft of the penis too) from some of which hairs may have sprouted.

head and shoulders shampoo and comb it regularly to get it out.

Is the bump under the skin on a testicle? If so, tell a doctor soon - it could be testicular cancer. If not, bumps on the scrotum can be many things - pimples, ingrown hairs, syphillis, HPV (genital warts,) etc. Tell a doctor about it - they will know what to do.

Yes, they usually begin to grow just above your ankles and on the backs of your arms. Now that the first signs are visible the rest will begin to follow pretty quickly. Next in line will be an increase in size of your testes and scrotum (balls and ballsack) you will also notice the skin of your scrotum getting a deeper redish colour. Then pubic hairs, the first ones will be similar to the hairs on your legs but soon wire like curly ones will apear...

your ear hairs because when loud noises flow into your ears the hairs will get pushed down and it may cause defness

easily pluck it. yes, u will get heavy pain. but the hairs will not grow again. also, applly neem leaf paste, after removing all the hairs by waxing.

It varies from person to person and it does grow longer in an adult than it does when you first begin to get it. The hairs are curly so they are actually longer (if stretched out straight) than they appear. On average pubic hairs are usually a couple of inches, say from 1 up to 3 or 4 inches. The hairs closest to the base of the penis and on the scrotum tend to be longer than those further away from the penis.

FluffyAnswer:A polar bear has two different types of hair making up their fur. Shorter inner hairs are soft the outer and longer hairs are more coarse and are called guard hairs. The hair is replaced periodically when the bear moults in the spring, Before the moult the bears hair is greasy and unpleasant with yellowish colour. The new hairs appear white when first grown.A bears hair texture would be like a rough haired and very dirty dog for most of the year.

Pigs were a main source of food for the colonists of the new world. Also, their bones were used in making tools and their brittle hairs were used in making brushes.

No, the polar bears fur is actually not white either. It contains no pigment so it looks more like our fingernails, a sort of milky yellowish almost transparent color. The hairs are made of keratin like our fingernails. It looks white when light reflects from the hairs. The polar bear's skin is black.

Root hairs - Absorptive unicellular extensions of epidermal cells of a root. These tiny, hair-like structures function as the major site of water and mineral uptake. Root hairs are extremely delicate and subject to desiccation. Root hairs are easily destroyed in transplanting.

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It doesn't happen all at once. It can start as early as 10 or as late as 13 and last for a couple of years or so. The appearance of body hair is one of the signs so the answer is most likely yes, you have started the process.

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The heat, which on a good flat iron is around 425 degrees F, elimanites all of your hairs' natural oils, causing it to be dry and brittle. Use product and you'll be fine. {thank you}

When bees are collecting pollen, the grains stick to specialized hairs around the knee joint of their hind legs, forming sacs. After an hour of collecting a build up of pollen grains, usually yellowish in color, is quite visible on the hind legs. The fuzzy hairs, stickiness of the pollen and electrostatic electricity contribute to the build up of these sacs.

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