. Need antibiotics & personal hygeine
I have gone through your query and understand your concern.
Its look like you are having folliculitis in the pubic area.
Folliculitis is inflammation of one or more hair follicles. This occurs due to infection of the hair follicles by bacteria called Staphylococcus
It can be precipitated by rubbing from clothing, blockage of the follicle, or shaving.
My advice is not to touch or burst the eruption you have. Everytime you do it, you are actually inoculating more bacteria from and into the surrounding area. We all know that groin region is an area more prone to contamination and thus infection.
For the treatment, you will need to visit a dermatologist
who will prescribe appropriate oral antibiotics
to eradicate the infection. A culture from a swab, taken from the swelling might also be required.
At home, can clean the area with normal saline and do a few warm moist compresses to reduce inflammatory swelling/pain. You can apply a topical antibiotic
cream like Fusidic acid
2-3 time daily .You can take oral anti inflammatory medication like ibuprofen to reduce pain/swelling in the region. However, oral antibiotic most probably will be required to complete infection control.
This might be recurrent in some people. To prevent further infection:
1) Reduce friction from clothing by wearing loose fitted cotton clothes.
2) Avoid shaving the area. Else remove by trimming the hair.
3) Keep the area clean by changing undergarment at least twice daily.
Hope this is helps.
Please write back for further queries.
Wishing you good health.