Downstairs hair condition is something that everyone has a preference for, and being pregnant doesn’t mean those preferences go completely out the window. , revealed it when she asked her followers if it was worth getting a bikini wax during the third trimester of pregnancy.
“I know it hurts more during pregnancy, but is waxing during pregnancy a little worse or a lot worse?” Tweeted by Teigen“I can do a little worse.”
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Teigen, who is still enjoying the end of her pregnancy with a healthy rainbow baby (which is always so great to hear!) jokes that she wants to do her doctor a good job by taking care of her hair downstairs before giving birth. Told. A doctor will never give you a single f-ck about what your hair condition is.
Clearly, hair removal is not necessary for everyone. In fact, as SheKnows previously reported, pubic hair is actually pretty good (even if you’ve been conditioned to hate it).
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As Dr. Jessica Shepherd previously told SheKnows, “Pubic hair helps keep bacteria and unwanted pathogens from entering the vaginal area, and helps prevent yeast infections and urinary tract infections.” If so, the pubic hair should be there.”
But people have their preferences and this house respects that. So what about waxing deep into the pregnancy?
Now, is there a pain in waxing vulnerable and painful areas during pregnancy? Well, yeah, it’s definitely worse than when you’re not pregnant (it still hurts quite a bit).
However, this does not mean that hair removal during pregnancy is unsafe. As with so many things, pregnancy brings some additional complications to this hair removal method: increased blood flow, decreased visibility (which Teigen pointed out in a tweet thread), flexibility, and discomfort. An increase in can make DIY jobs more difficult, and indeed, it can also level up the intensity of pain.
“Waxing during pregnancy is more painful than usual because the increased blood flow to the skin makes it very sensitive,” previously reported What to Expect. It’s true in the realm: It’s going to hurt when you get a bikini wax or a Brazilian wax when you’re pregnant.”
In general, waxing carries some risks that are not worth doing during pregnancy. Especially if you have a weakened immune system or other conditions that may reduce your ability to avoid complications. As Healthline points out, don’t wax skin with open cuts, rashes, varicose veins, scar tissue, moles, pimples, warts, or areas where you may have applied topical acne medications. .
As Dr. Tsippora Shainhouse told Healthline, “Waxing can reignite already inflamed and swollen skin, leading to acne breakouts, folliculitis, and ingrown hairs.” There is a small chance of developing a serious skin infection, which can usually be managed with topical antibiotics.”
Before you leave, check out our recommended bed rest essentials for pregnant women.
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