Women personal ‘grooming injuries’ rising
MORE women getting vajazzles and Brazilians has seen a five-fold increase in hospital admissions, research shows. A study has revealed the number of women in hospital with cuts and infections after grooming their privates is on the rise. Men still report more “genitourinary” injuries but women were also showing a worrying rise, a survey from the University of California in San Francisco said. Lead researcher urologist Dr Benjamin Breyer said: “While women were overall less likely to endure genital injuries than their male counterparts, there was at least one exception: cuts and infections related to shaving or grooming pubic hair. “The last few years have seen a dramatic increase in these types of injuries in women…MORE
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