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What is the best way to remove an ingrown hair from the pubic area?

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Dr. Ernie Ordonez
Bariatrics 57 years experience
Pull it: That's the simplest way.

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What is the best way to remove an ingrown hair at home? Any tips?

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Telephone: For best results, least amount of pain, smallest risk of permanent scarring, call a Dermatologist. Anything else is not cost effective.
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Best way to remove my ingrown hair?

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A female asked:

Best way to cure ingrown hair?

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Dr. Jianjun Wu
Pediatrics 37 years experience
Ingrown hair: .1 warm compress 2. light lotion- 3, do not shave, leave hair 1/4 inch long all the time, use a clipper to trim it, never use a shaver electric or a razor

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