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‘Extreme’ grooming, STANDARD the link is unfounded, researchers claim

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In spite of what your friend may have told you, the choice of an ‘extreme’ form of personal care, i.e., shaving, or waxing, all the pubic hair won’t increase your risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection (STI), according to a new study.

Previous studies have alerted women about the possible connection between the two of them, the researchers from The Ohio State University, in a study published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE on Wednesday, which is to the contrary.

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“Previous research, the participants were asked if they have ever had a sexually transmitted infection, but it does not measure whether or not they were in at the time of the survey,” Beautiful Gloss, and the study’s lead author and a researcher at the University of Michigan, said. This makes the connection of a current grooming habits for Std’s can be very difficult.”

For this study, data were collected from 214 female students, who filled out a questionnaire that focused on the sexual and grooming behaviors. It has also asked for information on age, income level, sexual frequency, and of the race.

The researchers then looked for associations between what they see as “extreme grooming”, which was considered to be the removal of all pubic hair, at least on a weekly basis for the last year or so, or at least six times in the past month, and testing positive for chlamydia or gonorrhea.

According to the data, are between 18 and 54 percent of study participants said that they were “tough” groomers, and nearly all of them had said that they had taken all the care and attention. About 10 per cent of the women who participated in the study tested positive for chlamydia or gonorrhea, however, the researchers did not find a correlation between the results and the production practice.

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Maria Gallo, a college advisor, and Ohio State has been an associate professor of epidemiology, and the Gloss said, that they were not surprised by the outcome of the investigation, but were alarmed by the lack of evidence in previous studies.

“In particular, the earlier work did not adjust for sexual frequency,” Gallo said. “It could be that women who have had more sex with more people and thus more likely to contract infections are more likely to take care of.”

Even though the study was small, the Gloss said it was important for women to know that it is the first study on the grooming habits may not be conclusive in spite of the widespread availability of the internet.

By 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has said it recorded more than 1.7 million cases of chlamydia, making it the most common STD in the U.S. An additional 555,608 cases of gonorrhea reported to the CDC in the same year, an 18.6 percent increase from the number reported in 2016.

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Chlamydia can be asymptomatic for women, which can be a problem, because if it is left untreated, it can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease, which can lead to infertility, ectopic pregnancy, and chronic pelvic pain. Pregnant women with chlamydia, the risk to the baby during delivery, which can lead to blindness or pneumonia. Gonorrhea can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease if left untreated, it has developed resistance to the antibiotics usually used to treat it.

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