A new research revealed that those that shave pubic hair risk contacting sexually transmitted infections (STI). Scientists found that those who shave their pubic hair are 80 percent likely to have STIs than those who don’t.
It was also discovered that those who groom and remove their pubic hair more than 11 times a year were at higher risk. Surprisingly, it was discovered that those who shave off their pubic hair participate in unsafe sexual behaviours.
Researchers suggest that doctors should warn groomers to reduce their levels of grooming so as to curtail contacting sexual infections.