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Your skin can breathe properly again. Moreover, with pubic hair shaving, everything feels more hygienic. So, how do I shave my intimate area?

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Yes, pubic hair does have a purpose. Above all else, it lessens friction during sex and prevents the transmission of bacteria and other pathogens. Some people prefer to let it grow, while others trim it, shave it, or wax it. What you do with yours is up to you. Read on to learn more about why it grows, how it affects hygiene, the risks associated with removal, and more. The skin on your genital region is delicate. Pubic hair acts like a protective buffer, reducing friction during sex and other activities. Pubic hair serves a similar function to eyelashes or nose hair.

That is, it traps dirt, debris, and potentially harmful microorganisms. In addition, hair follicles produce sebuman oil which actually prevents bacteria from reproducing. Some additional theories are described below. Pubic hair appears at puberty.

Another theory links pubic hair to the transmission of pheromones, or scent-carrying chemical secretions that affect mood and behavior. Pheromones are secreted from apocrine sweat glands. Compared to other areas of the body, the pubic region has a lot of these glands. Therefore, as the theory goes, pubic hair may trap pheromones, increasing how attractive we appear to potential sex partners.

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Pubic hair growth — including location and thickness — varies from one person to the next. Some people have more pubic hair, and others have less. With that said, extreme variations in hair growth sometimes al an underlying hormonal condition. For instance, among adults ased female at birth, excessive pubic hair can be a of polycystic ovary syndrome PCOS.

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This condition is associated with higher-than-usual levels of testosterone, the sex hormone that controls hair growth. Other symptoms include irregular periods and hair growth elsewhere on the body, including the face.

On the other hand, among people ased male at birth, a lack of hair in the pubic region can be a of low testosterone production. Other symptoms of low T include a low sex drive and erectile dysfunction. Hormone therapy might be able to help. This is one of the most common misconceptions about pubic hair. In a nationally representative survey of 7, people, 59 percent of women and 61 percent of men who groomed their pubic hair reported doing so for hygienic purposes. Like other hair on your body, your pubes trap sweatoil, and bacteria.

So, they might have a slightly stronger odor than other areas of your body. There are a lot of reasons why people get rid of their pubic hair. Some of the most common ones are discussed below. Grooming pubic hair has been common practice for centuries. Today, at least some hair removal is common. Some theories link this trend to increased accessibility to porn, where hairlessness is the norm. For instance, in the survey cited above, In the survey, around In a studymen were more likely than women to report a preference for a pubic hair-free sexual partner.

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In contrast, women were more likely to cite that they preferred trimmed or partially shaved or waxed pubic hair. For some, removing their pubic hair is simply a matter of personal preference. People who prefer to remove their pubic hair often cite comfort, routine, and sexual confidence as motivating factors. Some people believe that removing their pubic hair increases genital sensation during sex.

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For instance, people who remove their pubic hair are more likely to be young, so it would make sense that they also report increased sexual functioning. More research needs to be done to understand the link between pubic hair removal and sexual sensation. Pubic grooming injuries are surprisingly common. A study based on data from the same nationally representative survey cited above reported that In the study, cuts were the most commonly reported injury, with burns and rashes also reported frequently.

As mentioned above, pubic hair serves a protective function by trapping pathogens that could otherwise body. Removing pubic hair may therefore make a person more susceptible to common infections, such as UTIs, vaginitis, and yeast infections.

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Hair removal can also irritate your skin, leading to skin infections such as cellulitis and folliculitis. In rare cases, hair removal might result in the development of boils in your genital area.

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Boils can develop from skin irritation and infections, such as cellulitis and folliculitis. Boils usually start as red bumps just under the surface of the skin. They might be filled with pus. As with boils, abscesses tend to develop from irritation caused by certain hair removal methods, such as shaving or waxing. In one study, people who reported grooming their pubic hair were more likely to also report having had an STI at some point in their lifetime, compared to non-groomers. There are some things you can do to reduce your risk of an injury or infection during and after grooming your pubes.

What you do with your hair — whether you trim, shave, wax, or let it grow — is up to you. Why do people remove hair down there? Why is it even there? Are there any side effects associated with removing it?

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Medically reviewed by Alana Biggers, M. Does it actually have a purpose? What does it do? Are there any other benefits?

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Is it unhygienic? Why do people remove it? What risks are associated with removal? Is there a way to safely remove the hair? If you go au natural, how should you keep the area clean? The bottom line. Read this next. Medically reviewed by Debra Rose Wilson, Ph. Medically reviewed by Stacy Sampson, D. Treating and Preventing Ingrown Pubic Hair.

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