Summary Shaving is a popular, affordable option for removing pubic hair. However, shaving the bikini area can sometimes cause razor burn, which can lead to skin irritation and discomfort. Some people shave the hair from their vulva and labia. Experiencing razor burn near the vagina can be extremely uncomfortable. Pubic razor burn may cause red bumps, a burning sensation, and an intense itch. In this article, we discuss the treatment options for razor burn in the pubic area.
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Emma Kaywin, a Brooklyn-based sexual health writer and activist, is here to calm your nerves and answer your questions. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous. There has been so much talk about maintaining your vagina , and I wanted to know if it's necessary or makes a big difference if you shave or wax or leave yourself all natural? It's so time-consuming! I know for some people it's a personal preference whether they like hair or not. I find that sometimes mine gets really irritated if I do anything, and I don't want to mess with my balance!
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Question Hi, Some weeks ago and few hours before having protected sex with a sex worker, I did shave my scrotum and had a one small bleeding cut. Is it possible to get infected from her vagina fluids if they did reach my cut, which I am sure it did happen? Lets suppose HIV infected vaginal fluid covered the area- what are my risks? I was told in another forum that I am worrying unnecessarily as HIV is not transmitted in the manner I am concerned about.
You totally don't have to. Feb 28, Getty Let's get one thing straight — there's no one right way to deal with pubic hair. It's cool to leave it how it grows, shave or wax it all off, trim a lil bit, or something else entirely. No matter what feels right to you, we've got you covered or not covered, if that's your jam. We get it.