ELCS and *ahem* fanjo gardening - TMI

(10 Posts)
Jeggie Mon 19-Nov-12 10:42:09

No with a shaver / epilator I have, it has a trim attachment for "easy" epilation (it's a myth)... Not really a great look but hey.

CoteDAzur Thu 15-Nov-12 21:13:51

Trim & wax the top inch.

StrawberriesTasteLikeLipsDo Thu 15-Nov-12 21:12:00

jeggie with an actual head one? Intrigued!

blondie i was thinking of using mirrors? I worry a waxer would laugh or turn away in revulsion its really long!

blondieminx Thu 15-Nov-12 21:02:53

Be sensible, with a big bump there it'll be blardy impossible tricky to see what you're doing. Go see your salon...

I had mine waxed at 37 wks, beauty therapist said lots of mums come in for a tidy up before the big day! I got a pedicure at the same time.

Jeggie Thu 15-Nov-12 21:00:46

I did a grade 2 type trim thing all over and when I showed the midwife who was prepping me she said that was enough... No razors required.

StrawberriesTasteLikeLipsDo Thu 15-Nov-12 20:59:07

sweet with a bit of manouvering I can, the idea of immac burn scares me but guess i could use that (carefully) and trim off the more risky areas?!

StrawberriesTasteLikeLipsDo Thu 15-Nov-12 20:58:10

Thanks beamur its awkward isnt it? Its really not an attractive look either way, cant handle all off I dont think but feel I should have a tidy, tis like the wild blush

ilikesweetpeas Thu 15-Nov-12 20:57:45

Can you see to trim it safely?! I would do waxing or hair removal cream. Makes things less messy afterwards too! Good luck

Beamur Thu 15-Nov-12 20:56:26

I had a bikini line wax ahead of birth which amused some of my friends no end. In the end I had an EMCS but all they shaved off was a little bit extra at the top so the could cut and the scar is therefore now hidden.
All off would probably not faze the MW's but a tidy is probably all that you need. Not really sure 'need' is the right word either - if you did nothing at all it would still be ok!

StrawberriesTasteLikeLipsDo Thu 15-Nov-12 20:52:01

Advice / opinions welcome please!

ELCS scheduled for 21/12. Fanjo an over grown mess.. Im going to have a bit of a trim and thinking of starting to try and cultivate some sort of trim and tidy shape to maintain up to D-Day.

Last birth was EMCS and two midwives came at my muff Bics in hand! Comical at the time (was off my rocker!) but blush

Should I go for all off? Most off? Would I be better to trim (it really is a mess!) and then get waxed?

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