how often should 60 year old women shave their pubic hair?

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Answered: Women, What do you think about men shaving their pubic hair?

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Because 1) wood shavings with good absorbency properties ,they will absorb the moisture/water quickly,especially animal's urine,healthy 2)Poultry pens and livestock stalls is easy and economic for cleaning ,the shavings can be reused. 3) The shavings is soft,comfortable as bedding 4)Shavings are ...

Answered: WHY DIDN'T MY HAIR TURN WHITE OR GRAY i'm 89 years old

Not everyone is fortunate enough to have their hair turn white. I'm so glad to be one of those who do have white hair. I love my white hair. Wanted it all my life. But most people dislike grey or white hair. Consider yourself fortunate that you haven't gotten it. Really, it's the genetic luck of the ...

Answered: What will my female doctor say when she sees me for the first time with

There's noting wrong with getting hairs shaved. Specially with doctors. Shaving is not new to them because they are all professional. I think, she'll like it. Because clean genitalia means good hygiene.

Answered: Is there a less painful way to shave pubic hair

Less painful than what? A weed whacker? I reckon so.
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NO HAIR LOSS ON HEAD...Loss of hair in pubic area and armpits for past 3

Natural signs of aging. Shocking at first, but very common.

Need to understand how long it will take to get permanent hair removal

Electrolysis is a method of removing individual hairs from the face or body. Today's medical electrolysis devices destroy the growth center of the hair with chemical or heat energy. After a very fine probe is inserted into the hair follicle, the hair is removed with tweezers. Many factors influence ...

I'm a 60 year old woman who for the last few years ...

your diabetes, meds, and or other conditions could all be contributing to this. I expect your OBGYN is probably right, but I don't think that's the entire explanation. I'm 63, disabled and a diabetic. I take a lot of meds. I notice changes in my taste a lot. Some things suddenly taste like crap to ...