im 30w+4d and I had a conversation wit a friend and she asked me if I was gonna shave or stay natrual and I wasnt sure never thought of it,and now she got me thinking about that and was just wanting to kno everyone elses opinion on that
I'm glad you asked this question. I use to wax then I started to shave all the time until it got very uncomfortable growing back it itches like crazy to me. Now I just try to trim it. This is one hair I wish wouldnt grow. I'm 31 weeks 2 days and its getting very hard to see down there. I feel like just leaving it alone until the baby comes. This is my first so I'm unsure what they do at the hospital ?
I told my bf he would have to shave for me as im now finding it difficult to see what im doing down there.... he said he cant do that and asked if i had any friends that could... i have friends dear but none that would be willing to shave my pubic hair lol so he said he would pay for a wax closer to my due date lol
I didn't have my child naturally, but if you have too much hair and tear in either direction, you'd need it shaved to sew it back up correctly (I assume) I do know they will shave you in the essential areas for a c-section. I shave anyway, just because it drives me CRAZY, but I'm 26+1. and it's getting difficult, haha.
I normally shave but im 39 weeks now and havnt been able to shave.for.about 2 weeks now. I just cant see and its hard to.reach around the belly. I knicked myself just a tiny bit and decided to just.let it go. its driving me nuts but im.too scared to get waxed.
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