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Can Brazilian Waxing Harm Clitoris
Hair removal is either temporary, like tweezing, waxing or shaving, or permanent, in which the follicles are destroyed by electrolysis or a laser/light system. Very popular these days to reduce the density of hair in an area by laser hair removal. It needs to be repeated in a series to affect as many follicles as ...Read more
In fact, in new jersey officials recently considered prohibiting brazilian waxes, after two women were hospitalized for infections.
One of them, diagnosed with a potentially life-threatening bacterial infection of the skin and underlying tissue called cellulitis, had to have surgery, and spent 15 days in the hospital hooked up to an iv. ...Read more
I have read about dangers of Brazilian waxing despite of proper hygienic measures taken. Should it be done? Because many doctors are against it.
OK if done well: Any procedure like this can cause problems. With waxing, the potential problems are burning of the skin, scarring, minor infections because of the trauma to the skin or serious infections because the tools used are not properly cleaned. Your aesthetist should wear gloves and test the wax on his/her wrist before applying. Ask them how they sterilize equipment. Use common sense. ...Read more
I got a Brazilian sugar-waxing yesterday and my clitoris has been itchy ever since. I haven't engaged in any sexual activity in a week. What is it?
Reaction/burn: Without being examined I suggest that you see your GYN. This certainly "sounds" like a reaction to the waxing. ...Read more
This waxing problem is very common and it is probably a folliculitis (inflammation of hair follicles) due to plugging up of these follicles.
Warm compresses to the area 3 or 4 times daily followed by the application of an antibiotic ointment like neosporin. If it doesn't get better, see a dermatologist. You may need an oral antibiotic. ...Read more
Time frame?: Laser hair removal requires multiple sessions - so it takes longer to do, but has the advantage of long-term hair reduction. Waxing gives a quicker result - but has the disadvantage of being temporary. ...Read more
Laser less painful: Laser hair removal when done properly using state-of-the-art lasers is relatively painless. There are patients who say it's unbearably painful but they're probably not being treated by an experienced practitioner using the proper lasers and settings. It stings a bit especially in sensitive areas (like rubber band snapping) but pain should not be an issue. It's much less painful than waxing. ...Read more
Here's our approach.: Waxing tends to become less painful over time. We do electrolysis and laser hair removal in our office - and these can be quite painful without some sort of pre-treatment. We use a compounded prescription topical cream, and we also offer injectable anesthetics for hair removal prior to genital surgery for transgender folks. I appreciate this is different from waxing, of course. ...Read more
Is rubbing clitoris cause any harm to women reproductive system or any other harms?? Plz tell me briefly and will it affct my maried life or frtility
Either: Both have advantages/disadvantages. Better forms of hear removal would be laser hair removal or electrolysis. See http://www. Webmd. Com/beauty/hair-removal/for-women-only-best-options-for-hair-removal. ...Read more
No: That's a wives tale like pulling out a grey hair makes 3 more grow. ...Read more
Black underarms. I do waxing. Do not use hair removal cream. Problem since 4-5 years. Looks very odd. I feel very low. Pls help. I am 20 yrs. Tell me medicine?
works well for facial hair
you need a prescription. ...Read more
No reason to be..: What you have done should not affect your feeling and should bear no harm to you. Of course, excessive physical stimulation may induce unwanted irritation to any part of body. So, avoid overindulgence. More? Seek counseling timely or contact www. HealthTap. Com/dr-Lin with keycode at RQPWJC. Best wish... ...Read more
If you wax an area regularly, does that create complications later if you want laser hair removal?
Waxing ok: You have to stop waxing about 3 weeks before laser hair removal. However, if you have been waxing for a long time there is no harm done, laser will still work. ...Read more
If I do a facial hair removal with wax, will my hair grow thicker afterwards? What are the side effects of doing a facial hair removal with wax?
No: Hair does not grow back thicker it jut appears that way because it's short. The side effects can be burning yourself with hot wax, an allergy to the wax or infection from not using sanitary techniques. ...Read more
What r the reasons of fat belly? Not eating too MCH and does rubbing clitoris only cause any madical, psychological or mental problm and other harms??
First question, in general fat belly can occur do poor dietary habits that promote insulin resistance including comsuption of high glycemic index carbonhydrates, decreased frequency of eating, comsuption of large amount of alcohol and decreased physical activity and chronic constipation and multiple medical illness.
Second question-----No illness from rubbing the clitoris in general ...Read more
Can you tell me for underarm wax removal, is veet or nairs better in terms of the hair removal and regrowth time?
Laser hair removal: Laser hair removal for permanent hair reduction without the use of chemicals or electrolysis is recommended to most of my patients. We have found the Gentle ProMax the most comfortable and efficacious device. ...Read more
Need help& I want2do FULLbody laser hair removal! Is this permanent and is it at all dangerous to Heath (could laser harm reproductive areas?)
Humans have hair: We humans are mammals, and mammals have hair. It is unnatural to have no hair. Nobody should have a goal or desire to have no hair, because having hair is one of the 4 characteristics of mammals. The other 3 are: we make milk for our babies, we have backbones, and we are warmblooded. Having hair is a normal part of our identity. If a woman has excess hair, her doctor might check her hormones. ...Read more
Which hair removal method would be most likely to cause hyperpigmented pores? Razor, electric or manual? Epilator? Wax, hot or cold? Depilatories?
Laser: Laser hair removal would be the best to avoid these issues. ...Read more
I swirl my clitoris in circle to get this feeling. Then it get these clear milky "vaginal secretion". Can doing this get my period faster? Other harm?
No effect: On period. No harm.Get a more detailed answer ›
Evaluation: You should get this evaluated by your primary physician. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I have a mirena (levonorgestrel) coil. I would like to use hpl hair removal system on a bikini line, and I wonder if the light (hpl) can harm a mirena (levonorgestrel) coil somehow?
Wrong question: There is laser hair removal. It can be very effective but not for everybody. There is no Brazilian laser but there are lasers in Brazil. ...Read more
Is there any local anesthesia so it won't hurt during waxing (hair removal) like a cream or spray? Thanks a lot
Lidocaine: There is a Lidocaine cream that can be applied but it is very difficult to use. It must be slapped on in a thick layer and be wrapped with plastic wrap to prevent it from getting wiped off. Removed just before the waxing. ...Read more
Is laser hair removal safe? If got it in private area would it cause any harm to reproductive system? (because of laser). Can it cause skin discolor__
Yes: Yes safe but if overdone can cause lightening of skin in area. It is external so not touching reproductive organs ...Read more
I'm 14 weeks pregnant and I've masturbated using the removable shower head against my clitoris and I was just wondering if this cause harm to the baby?
No harm: There are many ways to masturbate and you have discovered one of them. Always better with a partner. You have done no harm to your developing baby. ...Read more
Are there any long term side-effects to laser hair removal? (other than the promise of no more waxing?!) :) cancer/tumour etc?
Actually, no.: Since laser hair removal uses non-ionizing energy, there is no cancer-inducing radiation, and the actual laser light penetrates no more than a couple of millimeters at hair removal wavelengths. Multiple sessions are necessary since hair follicles are susceptible only in specific growth phases. Hair and a few sebaceous glands are gone, but no problem unless too much energy=burn or blister. ...Read more
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