Perhaps in all fairness, I shouldn’t dub this specific family for the next set of common minor female health maladies, but since this family of matriarchs is one of the most highly recognizable, visible, presumably wealthy and famous reality families on TV (so I’m told, since I don’t have TV) I figure they can take it.
After a decades long trend of seeing more and more women “Ahem” of mainstream society donning barely there stringed “underwear” and spending small fortunes on keeping their mons bare with shaving, waxing and depilatory usage, I can assertively say that in my practice; which is heavily focused on women’s health issues, that I see more and more patients with vaginal and bladder infections and feminine area skin conditions.
⇒Why you feel wet “down there” in the absence of arousal
⇒What the color and odor of your discharge points to
⇒What you need to do to get it to STOP
You are invited to join us.
There are no serious “scientific studies” to quote here, but most physicians who practice a lot of women’s health will attest that there is a link with higher shaving related bikini area infections/irritations (like yeast) and more e.coli (butt bacteria) UTIs (urinary tract or bladder infections).
The tight, non breathable clothing materials, marketing of highly perfumed and unnecessary feminine products, glorification of hot tubing and sex, sex, sex probably doesn’t help things on this health topic either.
In most cases, it is not medically necessary or healthy to be bald in the vaginal area. Landing strips and designs of course may have visual appeal to some, but of course no surprise here…may actually be detrimental to your feminine health.
So, if you have more issues with infections from yeast, bacterial vaginosis (BV), bladder infections or having to deal with shave bumps or wax burns, (after getting a full exam and testing) consider regrowing that protective thatch of bikini area pubic hair and reversing the “Kardashian Effect”.