Red spots on pubic area after shaving. Ingrown hair?
Hi, I ve had some red spots in my pubic area after shaving that came up about 2-3 days after shaving. They are only about 1mm across. I can pop them and this small tiny hard white thing comes out, and then they bleed a decent amount for the size. They seem to just come and go and have now been...
Recurring spots on pubic area that are mildly itchy. What could it be?
Hi. I m 18 and female. A couple of weeks ago i noted a quite big red spot on my pubic area, it seemed as if a thin layer of skin was off the top of it then it dried up and healed. Then i got another one about a cm wide on my inner thigh and it again got slightly crusty then healed. This kept...
Men pubic hair removal
I would like to know, how to shave men pubic hair...am scared of using razor with shaving cream coz of the fact it would make cut on skin....i want to know wat kind of advicable cream i can use for pubic hair removal which lasts for atleast 10 days or so.....
Whenever i shave off all of my pubic hair i get these red bumps like pimples and they are starting to irritate please give me help to get rid of them
Hi. Thanks for posting your concern at HCM
Pubic area is prone to Razor bumps. They happen specially because pubic hair are curly, coarse and also since shaving creates a sharp edge at the tip of hair which can reenter skin thus causing razor bumps
>Shave while showering. Warm water makes the hair soft. Use shaving cream/gels to soften hair
>Shave along the grain.
>Avoid close shave
i am having itvhing in my pubuc hair and on my clitoris what can cause this
Itching over pubic hair and clitoris can be just related to hygiene. If you do not find any bumps and discharge then there is noting to be worried. Trim your pubic hair and gently wash the clitoral area two times a day. Do not use any home remedies to cleanse the area as can cause sensitivity and redness.
I have a black spot in my pubic hair just wanted 2 know what it is?
Hi and thank you so much for posting on HCM.
Please, there are several causes of black spots. Some are concerning and others are just no reason to worry about. If there have been any recent changes, consult your doctor. If it is a recent occurrence monitor an report changes. Also, you may consider uploading a picture for appraisal and a more detailed response.
Dr. Ditah, MD
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