Shaven Pubic Hair - page 7

I have re-entered the nursing field after being out for 15 yrs. Wow, how things have changed. One thing I have noticed is the lack of pubic hair on females. Oh my, it is almost non existent on... Read More

  1. by   NotYourMamasRN
    Thoughts like this are the reason pregnant women think they have to shave their whoha and legs before going in to have a baby.
  2. by   Davey Do
    Quote from NotYourMamasRN
    Thoughts like this are the reason
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  3. by   nursej22
    Oh gosh, I was worried when I saw Davey Do had replied to this thread.
  4. by   emmaespanola
    What concerns me with this is that the hair is there for a reason to protect that area from bacteria. I do wonder if there is a link with people who shave that area and an increase in the likelihood of catching STD's. If you told them that then you'd soon see a return of the 80's style bush lol!
  5. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from emmaespanola
    If you told them that then you'd soon see a return of the 80's style bush lol!
    80's, 70's, 60's, 50's, 40's, 30's, 20's . . . Doing the full shave, in my lifetime anyway, is a newfangled thang.
  6. by   Farawyn
    Quote from Spidey's mom
    80's, 70's, 60's, 50's, 40's, 30's, 20's . . . Doing the full shave, in my lifetime anyway, is a newfangled thang.

    Wax.
  7. by   emmaespanola
    Quote from Spidey's mom
    80's, 70's, 60's, 50's, 40's, 30's, 20's . . . Doing the full shave, in my lifetime anyway, is a newfangled thang.
    Hahaha all power to Spider Man's Mum and her bald muff. I say whatever floats your boat, I prefer diamond shapes myself
  8. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from Farawyn
    Wax.
    I meant "shave" as in removal of hair by whatever means!

    Quote from emmaespanola
    Hahaha all power to Spider Man's Mum and her bald muff. I say whatever floats your boat, I prefer diamond shapes myself
    You misunderstood me . . . I don't partake in that baldness. Only time was when I had my first baby almost 33 years ago and was in labor. I was shaved by the CNA and given an enema by the nurse. Awful, horrible, terrible. Never again.

    I was lucky 22 months later when I had my 2nd baby in another town/state/hospital . . . none of that happened.

    No way, no how am I bald.
  9. by   No Stars In My Eyes
    Quote from emmaespanola
    What concerns me with this is that the hair is there for a reason to protect that area from bacteria. I do wonder if there is a link with people who shave that area and an increase in the likelihood of catching STD's. If you told them that then you'd soon see a return of the 80's style bush lol!
    I think UTI's would be even more likely!

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