I mean, I did that prior to pregnancy but now I just don't care. I don't think it's absolutely essential to do so I'm not going to fight around my belly and break my neck to do it, but I feel like I am in the minority on this issue. Anyone else with me on this?
I haven't kept things too tidy down there, but I just recently started to shave again (I can't see, so just going by feel). I don't want to have a jungle for labor so I figure if I shave every couple days it won't take but a couple minutes
I just don't see the point lol. I promise you that all of the doctors have seen it before and they don't care. I can understand if it'll make you more comfortable but I doubt you'll be thinking, "OMG I DIDN'T SHAVE" while you're pushing the baby's head out .
I don't shave down there and I don't care how jungle like it looks. I know that the Dr's, nurses and my baby doesn't care what I look like below!! I just don't get trying to break my back or cut myself to be shaved.
Oh, I know...I've been through it before and doctors don't care It's more for me because I've always kept things 100% shaved at all times. Besides, it makes me feel atleast .01% sexy, which is a big jump lol
It's honestly too much work! I cannot be stuffed anymore lol. And I had a bad experience last time I got a wax... Resulted in somewhat of a permanent bruise, and I'm too traumatised to go back lol. I keep it short and neat... When I can be bothered, but I'm not worrying myself too much about it!
I occassionally try to hack my way through the jungle once in a while. It makes me feel better about my scent or general cleanliness. I'm also really afraid i'm going to be all bushy and my plug will come out and get all...stuck. ew.
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