Top 6 Medical Implications of G-String


Top 6 Medical Implications of G-String

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G-strings – a very small garment that has some people eyeing, ‘tonguing’ and whistling with approval, sneering or going gaga whenever they see them raring their ribbons out of revealing low-waist jeans, has somewhat become the in-thing the world over. It is really booming in the fashion business especially in Nigeria as research has it.
No doubt, with the new unquenchable enthusiasm for hipsters and other tight-fitting clothing, a large number of the feminine folk have been said to be making more demands for the pants despite recent revelations and warnings about the medical effects involved in wearing the rope.

When I say g-string, everyone gets somewhat pissed on getting to hear this god forsaken scourge of manhood. No one wants to hear it because it is seen to be associated with immorality as my religious friends may call it or call it indecency if you like. Our aim here is to find out what g-string can cause as regards the wearer’s health. So… let`s talk!
I guess you must have known by now that g-string as they call it, gee-string or gee string whichever be the case is a type of underwear, a narrow piece of cloth, leather, or plastic, that covers or holds the genitals. It passes between the buttocks, and is attached to a brand around the hips, worn as swimmer or underwear by women. It is also a style of thong swimsuit whose rear area can become so narrow that it would disappear between the wearer`s buttock`s. This is well defined according to Wikipedia the two term g- string and thong are often used interchangeably; however, they can refer to distinct pieces of clothing. A g- string is one variety of thongs.
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Let us briefly visit how this g-string came about even though the term seems to be obscure. It is on records that since the 19th century, the term g-string referred to the string which held the loincloth of Native Americans and later referred to the narrow loincloth itself. William Safire in his ode on a g-string quoted the usage of the world g-string for loincloth by harpers magazine 15 years after beadle`s and suggested that the magazine confused the word with the musical term g-string (i.e. the string for the g note) for those of you who have a clue to musical sofa notes and scales. Safire also mention the opinion of linguist Robert  Hendrickson that g(or gee) stands for groin, which was a taboo word at these times in Edgar Rice Burroughs` novel the son of Tarzan here father and son ; Tarzan and Kork were used to wearing g-string, which was 1914, when it quote; all the youth at this moment were not born. This is what is used by the early men when they used a piece of cloth to cover themselves up.
However, g-string was initially confined to night clubs and few tribes. It has been revealed in some literature that g-string gained wider usage in the 1970s around Southern American, Brazil to be specific, where it was being used as swimsuit by ‘beach babes'. From Brazil, it found its way into North America and Europe in the 1980s, becoming popular in 1997, when a Gucci model wore it on the catwalk. During the same period, Victoria Beckham, the wife of the football star, David Beckham, is said to have indicated that her husband enjoyed wearing her G-strings around the home… very funny. From 2000, g-string was then popularized by music stars wearing them when performing; they also went along, composing hip hop songs about G-strings. A case in point is the “Thong song” composed by Sisgo. By the 2003, the G-string had become the popular underwear of choice for many women, and even among gay men. Research showed that at that time, one, out of every three pant on sale in Africa especially in Kenya and then in other parts of the world was a G-string.
Let’s see what other medical effects g-strings have which are not known to our young girls.

Genital Inflammation
Dr Thomas Gent of the Association of Gynecologists once urged our females to wear bigger pants to avoid complications of health issues. Yet there is extreme negligence on these facts. Sometimes, girls complain about certain reactions around their private parts, they don’t remember these warnings. G-string pants have led to a big rise in the number of patients seen reporting genital inflammation. This happens when the g-string’s rope scrapes and injures the sensitive skin around the genital area – it often occurs especially if they are too tight or made with badly stitched material.

Intestinal/Vaginal Infections
It’s been reported collectively and categorically quoting some gynecologists, that thongs can cause health problems in those that wear it regularly. The health issues start from urinary tract and vaginal infections. Thongs irritate and inflame the area around the Bartholdi’s glands, which produce lubricant during intercourse. They asserted that if the ducts that lead to the glands get hemmed, one could also develop a cyst next to one’s vagina. Simply put, thongs irritate the vagina and not allowing it enough air space which obviously reveals the harmful nature of the string.
Thongs can also cause small tearing or deep cuts which can invite certain unknown infections. Worse, the small string on a thong allows the anus and vagina to be connected with each other. The thongs as a link will carry bacteria from the rectum straight to the vagina. Bacteria such as group B streptococcal disease and Escherichia Coli (intestinal infections usually found in humans or animals) can be passed into both the anus and vagina.

Yeast Infection
According to ehow.com, thongs have the capacity of increasing the chances of getting a yeast infection because of extra moisture built up from the tight fit. A manufacturer of a medication used for the treatment of yeast infections, Vagisil, affirmed that thong ought to be avoided because it causes yeast infections.

Reactions of the Skin
These are some of the results gotten from wearing g-string: chafed skin, irritation and infection. Chafed skin results when the thong rubs the sensitive of the skin. This can get infected and become very painful if not quickly noticed. The clitoris can also become irritated from the friction of the thong; these reports are according to WebMD.

Rare Side Effects
A side effect from wearing a thong is thrush and cystitis, according to Lifescript. These are not as common as chafing. Thrush is a fungus infection usually found in the mouth or vagina. The skin gets red and swollen and white patches appear. Cystitis is a form of inflammation of the bladder. Both conditions have occurred among thong wearers.

Non-Medical Related Effects
Wearing a thong in cold weather can cause your buttocks to become extremely cold. Splitting your pants is an embarrassing moment that can be made worse if you are wearing a thong. This might be something to consider if you are going out in a tight-fitting pair of pants.
It is an indisputable fact that, the palm wine tappers back then used to wear around their waists something that would just cover the front and leaving the buttocks opened for flies to perch. Such is the case of g-strings today. In those days whenever anyone puts on underwear, it usually covers the buttocks, as it is, it is quite glaring that the buttocks now cover the underwear instead of the other way round. While some say they wear it because they do not want onlookers to discover the trace of pants, others say that they need fresh air and all what not.
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42 comments:

  1. interesting,i wish we ladies get to understand the implication of d things we wear and not just getting along with the on going trend,kudos to you Dunn

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  2. Wow! I have been looking for means to dissuade my younger sister from wearing this thing. I have tried but no way.I will hav to show her this article. I cant even feel comfortable if i dare wear it. i will feel naked.

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  3. Well done Dun for educating Ladies. More grease to ur elbow

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  4. Plz tell them o... This is the catapault that David used to kill Goliath. Palm wine tappers once used it... lol! I love that part.

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  5. Nice one there. I will like to use it on our next print version of CampusMenu

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  6. Funny piece but educating. How i wish the ladies wearing it get to understand the implications this g-string or whatever cause to them. Back then u've to pull down d panties to c d buttocks,but nowadays u'll separate d buttocks to see d panties, all in the name of fashion. God have Mercy!

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  7. the significant of G-string most be well addresssed to help one dress in a more healthy way. kudos Dunn

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  8. am sure reaserch is still ongoing........... but an loving this article.

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  9. Nice article. How did u confirm all these medical implications? are they real?

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  10. Intelligent write-up. I just wonder why we ladies like hunting ourselves all in the name of 'Pleasure' which will later bounce back as a negative effect that might not be rectify. He that has ear, let him hear what the spirit is saying through DUNN.

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  11. Well, It looks hot and sexy when worn. But then NO PAIN NO GAIN.

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  12. Well, It looks hot and sexy when worn. But then NO PAIN NO GAIN.

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  13. Am not in support of your critics...

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  14. i love the RARE SIDE EFFECTS...... oppps! it hurts.

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  15. totally disagreeeeeeeee wif you on this, cos am a fan and am yet to no/see a victim..... you wanna prove me wrong, get ur sister to waer one and if she gat one she'll probally kick ur ass nigga.
    kandid opinion, back off innovation

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  16. big up kim....... am kanda hate all of tghis stuf, science lied and we sholud snob dem'all. wittout G=string, pple get skin irrritation, Y the enfercis on G-string? holla.

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  17. Lol! pls let's not condemn pple dat wear thong pants just bc of dis write up,let's not see it as an opportunity we've bn looking for. There are so many other things we do dat can still be condemned some day. Most of our behaviors are born out of ignorance. Wat am saying is, wat we do,d way we behave is d way we know, dat's d level of our exposure and knowledge @ dat particular time. Am sure nobody wants 2 suffer infections or carry diseases,so dis article is just a lesson not an opportunity 4 u......" "
    I pray dat pple dat wear thong pants will hv d opportunity of reading dis article as i hope dey'll consider changing from wearing thong pants to wearing covered or full pants.......
    Thank u Eustace.....God bless u.

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  18. I personally hate it kim and anonymous. Since u like g-strings why not buy and wear? or have u not hear that guys wear too? Nonsense!

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    1. Dude calm down. If you hate G-strings, then hate it. It doesn't necessarily mean everyone shld hate it. Those that wear them do so voluntarily, it's not by force bro.

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  19. REAL GUYZ DON'T INDULGE....... BUT FAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGS. James u r rite.

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  20. dnt get it twisted.... the article is not targetd at the ladies, but for those that wears it.....

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  21. See me see wahala o! Guys de here de even support gee! try am for my area, na my palee go help use am kill bird. Orueeenaa!

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    1. guy u too harsh, wating? abeg make u liv matter, everybody get freedom of association

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  22. Thanks 4 d exposure! But will our ladies see it as a good reason 2 stay healthy? Most times i've seen ladies complain of certain infections outlined in dis post but they keep blaming it on dirty toilets and some sorth of excusess not considering d kind of underwears dey put on... I just hope some good ladies will learn from dis!

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  23. ladies and gentlemen warri guyz inn the building..

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  24. i m speaking for my self G string turns me on. imagine a girl wearing G string after a tired day. i m not going to buy into the medical effects of it. i love G string it turns me on. may be after my future wife must have had all my children i can then ask her to make a choice, for now i m for G string

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  25. Lillian Surgirl5 March 2013 at 08:16

    Abeg joo! G-string everyday!

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  26. Fashıon costs more than money.Good specıalızed wrıte-up.Kıp ıt up frnd.

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  27. Cheers bro. I gbadu ur piece. Lessons!

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  28. Great! I hav heard a lot about d dangers of gstrings. I stopd long time ago. I some effects but wen I stopd wearing it, the effects were gon. No be story...i agree wit d article.

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  29. Real life experience story from Jane... he that has an ear let him hear what Dunn saith unto his people? case closed

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    1. @Ayokunle Adaraloye how can case close when we've not finished airing our views?

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  30. Wow... These comments are funnier than the post itself.

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  31. Whao,well I addicted to it when I was in school then,but now,no more o,Ladies,beware o.

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  32. @Kim I guess u hav got it from those that had experience from wearing it? @Ayokunle u ar right...case closed.

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  33. Case not close yet. still expecting more views.****winks****

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  34. Nice work baba DUN pls tell dem oooooooo no be everything be fashion.

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