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Well, That Sucks: Vampire Bats Found Drinking Human Blood
Turns out, sucking blood isn't just fiction fun: In , a year-old Texas man named Lyle Bensley allegedly broke into a woman's apartment and bit her on the neck. This was not bedroom playacting between lovers; Bensley claimed to be a centuries-old vampire who needed blood to stay alive. The woman escaped and called police, and Lyle the would-be vampire was arrested for assault. But is it safe to drink blood? In very small amounts say, a few teaspoons , and if the blood is free from pathogens such as the many blood-borne diseases , blood might not harm you.
This can lead to disastrous consequences, and it's also virtually guaranteed to have an enormous impact on their entire lives. Medical case reviews indicate that this condition is rare, but it absolutely does exist. These cases have helped answer a common question: what happens if you drink blood? As the condition progresses, these sanguinarians become increasingly fixated on getting blood from other people. There is no known cure or successful treatment method for clinical vampirism.