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Dubbed 'saddle surgery', the painful procedure involves cutting off part of the inner labia – or labia minora – to stop them from rubbing and being pinched against the seat of their bicycles.Harley Street surgeon Angelica Kavoumi says she consults around nine women about it a week – compared to three women a week just a year ago.While it isn't classed as an STI, it can be passed back and forth between sexual partners.Lower UTIs aren't usually a cause for major concern, but upper UTIs can be serious if left untreated, as they could damage the kidneys or spread to the bloodstream.There was nothing stuck behind me, it was 120 yards of straight road, there are no double white lines so anyone wishing to overtake me could have done.'I got my camcorder out because I'd seen on BBC Breakfast that under no account did people need to give their details to a police officer if they hadn't committed an offence but he took me to the back of the van and threw the mountain bike into the hedge and was frisking me and patting me down.'My wife has told told me to sell the bike and everything with it because she is that disheartened.That's according to a leading gynaecologist, who says the pressure of biking can also cause swelling of the labia (the inner and outer folds), vaginal irritation and bladder problems.IThis happens because the vulva bears as much as 40 per cent of a woman's body weight when cycling, as Cycling UK explain.
Even my own barrister said he had never come across this.But a saddle can be too wide, causing chaffing on the inner thighs after a long ride, he explains.Women often prefer cutaway or anatomic saddles with a hole carved out of the middle which aim to relieve pressure on their neither region.In my eyes I've not broken the law.' The incident took place in June and Mr Frankland was detained and placed in the back of a police van when he initially refused to give his personal details - he is pictured here being brought home by police The incident occurred in June in Clitheroe, Lancashire when Mr Frankland had used the Trixie Biker Set he bought on Amazon to take five year old Mali to the river where he planned to take pictures of wildlife.
He added: 'We set off back and I wasn't holding anyone up on the road.I've driven motorbikes, wagons, motor homes and cars - why should I be victimised for something like this?