A hickey, kiss mark, love bite, or bug bite is a bruise or bruise-like mark caused
by the kissing or sucking of the skin, usually on the neck or arm. While biting
might be part of giving a hickey, s...
Many people wonder, can hickeys give you cancer? The answer is no! Cancer
can not happen just by pressing or sucking someone's skin. hickies cause ...
May 11, 2015 ... If your partner has oral herpes and they lean in to give you a hickey while one of
their cold sores is active, that contact against your skin can ...
My friend saw a hickey on my breast that my boyfriend had given me and told me
that I needed to stop letting him do that because hickies cause blood clots ...
Aug 30, 2016 ... Breast cancer survivor bracelet ... The suction of the hickey caused a blood clot,
which then traveled to ... A clot may be caused by fatty deposits (plaque) that
build up in arteries, and cause reduced blood flow (atherosclerosis) ...
Aug 21, 2016 ... Hickeys cannot cause cancer. They do however, cause blood clots, the same as
pins and needles and bruises do. It's the same as cutting your ...
An Indian Lady by Thomas Hickey I'm afraid that this Sunday series on snippets
... “Don't let boys give you a hickey because it can give you a blood clot that can ...
Jul 16, 2016 ... Hickeys can't give you cancer regardless of how many you get. The origins of this
rumor are quite likely cause by parents who started telling ...
No, Cancer is a disease, hickeys are nothing more than burst capillaries that
have released the blood to the skin surface similar to a bruise. While they may be
No, hickeys can not cause cancer. Hickeys basically are just broken blood
vessels, just like a bruise.