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What can I do to relieve itchy, moist bikini area?

What can I do to relieve itchy, moist bikini area?

Infection ?: This may e yeast or fungal infection .This could also be intertrigo or dermatitis. Treatment would vary with the diagnosis and may require internal antiinfectives. See dmatologist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Sore and moist red rash on my bikini line it's so painful and burns?

Sore and moist red rash on my bikini line it's so painful and burns?

Yeast?: A yeast infection can cause this, especially if the area has been moist. Chaffing during exercise can do this as well. Other types of infection are possible but less common. Best wishes! ...Read more

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How to keep bikini area cleanly shaved?

How to keep bikini area cleanly shaved?

Consider laser tx.: Insure you use fresh, sharp blades vice dull blades. If hair is > several mm long – then trim before shaving. Wash area before shaving – warm water helps to soften hair. Use a lubricant when shaving. Avoid using products that contain alcohol or are scented. Shave in direction of the hair – not against it. Be gentle when shaving – don’t push down too hard. Moisturize skin after shaving. ...Read more

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What could be done to lighten dark area on bikini line? What could be done?

See Dermatologist: Tere are prescription medications that can help if the doctor feels the medication is appropriate for you. ...Read more

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I suffer from itchyness in my bikini area from a month now. But the area color become very dark and brown.What can i do about the ichy and dicoloring?

I suffer from itchyness in my bikini area from a month now. But the area color become very dark and brown.What can i do about the ichy and dicoloring?

Hair?: Maybe it's an ingrown hair or razor burn that's causing the itching. Letting the hair grow out might help but may not be culturally acceptable. I'd see your doctor for an exam. ...Read more

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Best way to wax/shave bikini area? Any tips?

Best way to wax/shave bikini area? Any tips?

Pubic hair: Insure you use fresh, sharp blades vice dull blades. If hair is > several mm long – then trim before shaving. Wash area before shaving – warm water helps to soften hair. Use a lubricant when shaving. Avoid using products that contain alcohol or are scented. Shave in direction of the hair – not against it. Be gentle when shaving – don’t push down too hard. Moisturize skin after shaving. ...Read more

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I have a small hole in my bikini line area I've gotten this twice before and it eventually went away but its painfull, any ideas?

I have a small hole in my bikini line area I've gotten this twice before and it eventually went away but its painfull, any ideas?

Wear wound?: If the ares is one that is worn from a tight bathing suit, you would try a new suit. Sometimes the elastic in these garments can get thin and tight and can cause an abrasion. Moisture might make this even more likely. I would protect the area from additional wear and keep it clean. If it persists show your doctor. ...Read more

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Why do I keep getting boils in the bikini area?

Why do I keep getting boils in the bikini area?

Infection, hidraaden: This can represent a bacterial, yeast or fungal infection which needs to be treated. You also need to be evaluated for underlying problem such as diabetes or hypothyroidism. It could laso represent inflammation of the apocrine glands called hidraadenitis suppuritiva. This is best evalauated and treated by a primary care physician or dermatologist in person. ...Read more

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What can I do about friction bumps around my bikini area?

What can I do about friction bumps around my bikini area?

Check out this link: Try applying vitamin a ;d and aloe vera cream or lotion. Take care! http://www.Drugs.Com/health-guide/friction-blisters.Html. ...Read more

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What to do about razor like bumbs on bikini area after sex?

What to do about razor like bumbs on bikini area after sex?

After sex?: Might be folliculitis. Recommend having it medically checked to see what the cause is. ...Read more

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What makes hair grow just outside the bikini area in women?

What makes hair grow just  outside the bikini area in women?

Normal pattern: The growth of hair in the crotch is based on hormonal influences that precede puberty and accelerate with pubertal hormones.Its natural distribution exceeds what some would consider the bikini area in most men and women. ...Read more

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Should you use hydrogen peroxide to lighten your bikini area?

Should you use hydrogen peroxide to lighten your bikini area?

MYTH: it is of no practical use except possibly bleaching out hair color-are you referring to lower abdominal or pubic hair? ...Read more

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Here recently when i shave my bikini area, it gets little red dots and itches, how do I get around that?

Here recently when i shave my bikini area, it gets little red dots and itches, how do I get around that?

Consider options: You can try the previously suggested ideas regarding the type of razor and the cream used. You can also consider waxing, it's more expensive but lasts longer. You can try a hair removal cream, this is safe and last longer than shaving. You can also consider laser hair removal which is permanent. Quite expensive but you never have to shave again in you life! ...Read more

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Hi i have a very dark skin in sensitive areas (bikini area) so what i can do and what are you recommend for me ? N0uf.84@hotmail.Com hi i have a very dark skin in sensitive areas (bikini area) so what i can do and what are you recommend for me ? I reall

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i have a very dark skin in sensitive areas (bikini area) so what i can do and what are you recommend for me ? N0uf.84@hotmail.Com

hi
i have a very dark skin in sensitive areas (bikini area) so what i can do and what are you recommend for me ? I reall

There : There are several possibilities which include acanthosis nigricans, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, or an inflammatory condition such as intertrigo, psoriasis, eczema, or fungal infection. Difficult to answer without a picture. I would recommend you consider seeing a dermatologist for a careful evaluation to arrive at a diagnosis. I hope that helps. ...Read more