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Swollen armpits after shaving, cause and remedy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   i m having a swollen patch in my underarms. what wud it be? it doesnt pain much.. its just a bunch of some flesh. any remedies?
Doctor :   do you do shaving of your underarms hair
User :   any homeopathy or ayurvedic remedies
User :   i used to
User :   yes i do them now too
Doctor :   it is mainly due to that
Doctor :   it is called folliculitis
User :   hope its nt very serious
Doctor :   does it pain?
User :   smtimes
User :   but not much
User :   its not very serious rite?
Doctor :   it is mainly due to infection of hair follicle
User :   r u there doctor?
User :   okay..
Doctor :   After shaving always clean with an antisptic lotion and apply an antibiotic cream
User :   ok...
User :   i am feeling a reliefe to know that its not sm serious decease..
User :   please reply to this.
Doctor :   no it is not a serious issue

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