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Let's get one thing straight — there's no one right way to deal with pubic hair. It's cool to leave it how it grows, shave or wax it all off, trim a lil bit, or something else entirely. No matter what feels right to you, we've got you covered or not covered, if that's your jam.
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Every woman has their own preference for how they like to keep their pubic hair, but for many people who choose to remove their hair, shaving is the easiest and cheapest — thus preferred — method. However, there are certain times you should never shave down there, as doing so can cause some health issues and problems that at the very least could leave you uncomfortable, but could also lead to some serious infections. You might not think twice about when you should or should not pull out the razor, but it's important to be aware of the times you're better off getting a wax or just going au naturale.
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When I saw an email from my editor asking if someone wanted to do a no-shave experiment, it seemed like a no-brainer. Because I am lazy, I can be apathetic — at least when it comes to body hair — and I'm always looking for an excuse not to shave. However, I should clarify a few things, as the title of this article — "I Stopped Shaving My Vagina" — is a bit of a misnomer.
But the scientific evidence is exactly the opposite, medics have warned. Dr Vanessa Mackay, who is a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, said pubic hair was vital for preventing pathogens entering the vagina. And younger, white women with a college education were the most likely to shave or wax, with the highest percentage aged between 18 and