Women That Removing Pubic Hair Could Cause These Deadly Diseases - Gynaecologist Warns

A gynaecologist has urged women not to remove their pubic hair.

Women That Removing Pubic Hair Could Cause These Deadly Diseases

Stop removing public hair women, it causes a disease called Trauma 


According to Report, The author of The Vagina Bible, Dr Jen Gunter,  warned against waxing or shaving because it can cause “microscopic trauma” that can lead to infections.
 
While the purpose of pubic hair is somewhat of a mystery, going “au naturel” is necessary to protect the skin by acting as a barrier against the outside world.
 
Getting a Brazilian may also reduce sexual pleasure, with pubic hair is connected to nerve endings that might help arousal, Dr Gunter added.
 
Pubic hair “grooming” has almost become the norm, with many blaming the porn industry.
 
Scientists from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), asked more than 3,300 women about their downstairs grooming.
 
Of which, 83.8% claimed to wax, shave or epilate their pubic hair, with just 16.2% leaving it intact.
 
Hygiene” was the most commonly reported reason (59%) for women removing their hair.
 
But Dr Gunter warns waxing, shaving or “sugaring” – mixing sugar, lemon juice and water to create a wax-like gel – may do more harm than good.
 
Dr Jen Gunter

she told the BBC“You are causing microscopic trauma to the skin,”.
 
The gynaecologist added she sees women with cuts, grazes and even infections when hair removal goes awry.

“Pubic hair has a function, it is probably a mechanical barrier and protection for the skin,” she said.

“It may also have a role in sexual functioning because each pubic hair is attached to a nerve ending, that’s why it hurts to remove it.”
 
Why do we have pubic hair?
 
The role of pubic hair is not fully understood.
 
Most experts think it is involved in the release of pheromones, chemicals that trigger arousal.
 
Pheromones are thought to be “get trapped in pubic hair when glands release an odourless secretion on the skin that combines with bacteria decomposed by the secretion of (other) glands”, according to an expert from Columbia University in New York.
 
This produces a scent that varies from person-to-person.
 
Some studies suggest women are attracted to pheromones that differ significantly from their own because it suggests genetic diversity, the expert added.
 
Other theories as to pubic hair’s purpose include warmth or helping the vagina stay “clean”.
 
Dr Jen Gunter

 
“Pubic hair prevents dirt and particles from entering the vagina,” the Columbian scientist reported.
 
 Critics argue, however, if warmth was the reason, men would surely have more hair along their penis and around their scrotum.
 
The protection theory also falls short because men do not have similar cushioning around the opening of their urethra.
 
Humans are thought to have removed their hair as far back as prehistoric times.

“Tweezers” made of shells have even been found in ancient caves.
 
The Egyptians also reportedly associated body hair with uncleanliness.
 
Removing pubic hair may have some benefits, by protecting against body lice.
 
The tiny insects live on coarse human hair, like that found around the genitals, according to the NHS.
 
Pubic lice
 
Find out about pubic lice, including what they look like, how you get them, symptoms when to seek medical advice…
 
Body lice spread via skin-to-skin contact, usually sex.
 
As well as thriving on the genitals, the insects can also set up home on the armpits, legs, chest, abdomen, back, face, and even the eyebrows and eyelashes.
 
Basically, anywhere with hair, aside from the scalp.
 
These days, women are less likely to remove their pubic hair out of fear of lice.
 

“The increased prevalence of pornography that depicts bare genitalia, popular magazines and television are primary drivers of the trend in the United States,” the UCSF scientists wrote in the journal JAMA Dermatology.
 
In their study, 875 women (31.5%) claimed they groomed their pubic hair because they felt it made their genitals more attractive”.
 
And 586 (21.1%) said it is their “partner’s preference”.
 
Asked when they would remove their pubic hair, most (55.6%) said before sex.
 
This was followed by before a holiday (45.7%) and to prepare for a “healthcare professional visit” (40%).
 
For those who still want to go hair-free “down there”, Dr Gunter urges them to use a clean razor and shave in the direction of the hair.
 
Going “against the grain” increases the risk of ingrown hairs, which can become infected.
 
And for those who go for a wax, ensure the technician does not “double-dip” the wooden sticks used.
 
This could spread bacteria between clients, Dr Gunter added.
 

 What is Microtrauma?

Microtrauma is the general term given to small injuries to the body.

Muscle fibres may be "micro turn" during microtrauma

According to Wikipedia Microtrauma can include the micro-tearing of muscle fibres, the sheath around the muscle and the connective tissue. It can also include stress to the tendons, and to the bones (see Wolff's law). It is unknown whether or not the ligaments adapt like this.
Microtrauma to the skin (compression, impact, abrasion) can also cause increases in a skin's thickness, as seen from the calluses formed from running barefoot or the hand calluses that result from rock climbing. This might be due to increased skin cell replication at sites under stress where cells rapidly slough off or undergo compression or abrasion.
Most microtraumas cause a low level of inflammation that cannot be seen or felt. These injuries can arise in muscle, ligament, vertebrae, and discs, either singly or in combination.
Repetitive microtrauma which is not allowed time to heal can result in the development of more serious conditions. More about Microtraum on Wikipedia

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