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Question: will vaginal hair growth go back to normal?


 aruba - Sun Nov 01, 2009 3:25 pm

I'm 18. I am wondering whether after the pubic area is shaved completely, will the hair growth (once it has been allowed to grow long enough and not shaved) become less stubbly/prickly and pointy and instead reside to its softness like once it was before it was shaved? Will this happen eventually? And if yes, what is the average amount of time until this happens?
 Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Sat Nov 28, 2009 2:55 am

User avatar Hello,One important fact is that shaving does not increase the thickness of hair or make it coarser while most of us would swear that it does.In fact when the hairs regrow there is an apparent feeling that it has and it is only to do with hair growth direction and thus may feel stubbly.Once you let the hair grow,in a few months it should be back to normal.Cheers.

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