I was wondering if I could get some opinions on shaving 'down there' before labor. I can't see down there but the material that I was reading said it may be more comfortable afterwards. Cleanliness and whatnot. Sorry if its T M I.
I was just trimming down there earlier today. Plus attempted to shave/groom the top section a little. Pretty sure I did a horrible job but I feel so much better afterward. More human for sure, lol.
Just be careful and avoid it if you're really sore or swollen down there.
ive been trying but i usually end up bleeding, which ive heard could be bad if it gets infected... im trying an electric shaver in shower tonight, maybe thatll work out better for me... no way on earth im letting Hubby anywhere near my hoohah with my razor, ive seen him eat and i dunno how he misses that big ol mouth of his. i can only imagine the massacure...
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