kinda embarrassing

Sabrina - posted on 10/25/2010 ( 12 moms have responded )

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so iam 36 weeks pregnant..and i cant shave my downstairs area! it hurts to bend and i cant move my belly around cuz its too hard now and i cant see anything!! does anyone have any ideas on shaving ?



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Laura - posted on 11/09/2010

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I went in to have my c-section and had the nurse do it...I was like you should have told me I would have done it or had my hubby do it. She was NOT very gentle!

Jessica - posted on 11/07/2010

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I finally broke down and shaved a month or two ago but it wasn't easy and I didn't do it by feel either... I put a towel down on my bed and used a mirror so I could see... I was about an hour shaving and trust me I haven't tried since because it was just too hard... I hate that I can't shave but who cares... It is like this if your ob has seen one he/she has seen them all... I really don't think anyone will judge me for not being able to see to shave and if they do then oh well... Don't feel bad we are all going through the same thing... TTYL... Joy

Sam - posted on 11/02/2010

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I did with my last pregnancy. I wore breast pads the last few weeks, just in case.

Felicia - posted on 11/02/2010

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I do the trimming by feel too but my most embarrassing part is the lactating out of no where! Anyone else have that issue?

Sam - posted on 10/30/2010

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I use a trimmer by feel(since I haven't even seen my feet in a couple of months) and hope for the best. =)

Jane - posted on 10/27/2010

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i go waxing a few weeks before my due date. it's a lot easier to keep things cleaner once the baby has gotten here - w/all of the blood discharge for a few weeks after, i found after the 1st baby that waxing kept things a lot neater. the less hair, the easier to manage.

Sabrina - posted on 10/27/2010

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thanks! for the help everyone..ill try the mirror ... i would ask my husband but i think i would feel weird haha he already shaves my legs for me lol iunno bout waxing never had it done n i would be to scared to get it done lol but thanks! :)

Melyssa - posted on 10/26/2010

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I had this same problem. I'm 38 1/2 weeks. And my husband went out and got me a fog proof mirror from Wal-Mart. I hold the mirror so i can see everything with my left hand and shave with my right. I tried by just feeling before he got the mirror and i cut the crap out of my fingers. I hope this idea helps. It helps me. I also tried sensitive nair...that worked but didn't last for that long.

Holly - posted on 10/26/2010

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I gave up, lmfao im 37 weeks, I always shaved. But now it hurts to bend I say screw it!

Tyler - posted on 10/26/2010

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I have been having this problem also and I cant stand hair so I shave it by feel then whatever I miss I have my husband help me so I dont cut myself

Jonna - posted on 10/25/2010

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I always have this problem about now... I shave by feel while sitting on the toilet (it's the only way I can reach). I have never cut my girl parts this way, however I have shaved off the tip of finger a few times. I agree that waxing is a great idea because one wax will probably last you till delivery, but I've never gotten around to making that appointment or going to it (I have three kids already, and my husband is deployed most of the time, so just getting to the grocery store is a major accomplishment this late in pregnancy). Good Luck!

Alison - posted on 10/25/2010

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you could go for a wax???

I wouldn't risk shaving in case you cut yourself and trust me when I say there will be enough stinging in that region and you dont want to add to it lol!!!

You could just go natural and let it all grow back, probably be extremely itchy and a heavily pregnant woman trying to scratch herself would be a weird sight lol!!

I don't know how to help you. Maybe your partner (if you have one) can do it??

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