It was recently revealed that people who regularly shave down there are more likely to catch a sexually transmitted infection.
The study found that adults who removed all their pubic hair were about 440 percent more likely to pick up a sex-related disease.
The researchers believe that people who regularly trim are more sexually active, which means they have a greater risk of STD.
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The study also showed that grooming can cause small cuts and tears to the skin, making it easier to catch something dangerous.
Scientists discovered that those who remove all their pubic hair were liable to contracting such infections as chlamydia, syphilis, warts and gonorrhoea.
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