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Red bumps on inner thighs, razor burn, pain on shaving. Treatment?

i have little red bumps on my inner thigh that s gotten a lot worse over the pass few years, Ive been keeping it a secret since now because its to noticeable to hide, my mom said its just razor burn and if it is i need to know how to get rid of it. i burns but doesn t itch , it hurts to shave and i can sometimes get a hair outta a few. im 17 girl and ive had this problem for years and after my shower(shaving) it burns. i just put some bath&body works lotion on it and it doesn t help
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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first of all I would like to know if it is growing in size since you have started noticing it???
because as you said if hairs grow out of it it is not a razor burn but maybe a mole .
I would suggest that you should go and see a skin specialist. this is nothing to be afraid of or feel shy about.

I hope this shall be of some help.
Answered: Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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