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Lose Weight To Reduce Mons Pubis
Many people resolve to lose weight in the New Year for different reasons. For those who are overweight or obese, there are many health benefits to losing weight. It can help decrease your chances of developing diseases including diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, and even certain types of cancer. Low-calorie diets combined with increased physical activity are thought to be most effective long term. The healthiest weight loss regimen, therefore, is one that consists of making lifestyle changes that incorporate a balanced diet ...Read more
Weight loss: In the setting of prominence of the mons pubis, there is really nothing that you can do to reduce its size. It is an area where most of what is under the skin are fat cells. Weight loss and exercise will almost certainly help. ...Read more
Could exercising with a waist trainer cause a swollen mons pubis? And if so how can it be reduced or treated?
The big squeeze...: If swelling began after using the trainer, and wasn't there before using the trainer, then there is a high probability that the restricting effect of the trainer is the culprit. Depending on what tissue was strained, it could take days to weeks for resolution, providing no further irritation occurs. ...Read more
Hello I have itchy tiny red bumps on my mons pubis that recently happened, how can I reduce it or make it go away?
Rash: Could be inflammation of the hair follicles. This can happen from any method of hair removal. If you shave, be sure to use a clean, sharp blade. If you use other hair removal products, you may be having an allergic reaction, so don't use them again. Try soaking the skin 20 min. Avoid any products on the area. Go without undies at night. If painful blisters see a doctor to check for herpes. ...Read more
Exam: You must be examined and then treatment will be based on the diagnosis. Cannot be diagnosed online. Call for a GYN exam today. ...Read more
Hello, That other day I felt a hard bump on the right side of my mons pubis...it didn't hurt or itch at all. What could it be?
Many things: There are many things that can create a painless bump in the mons pubis or vulva. An inclusion cyst or blocked hair follicle can cause a painful or nonpainful bump. A wart from n HPV infection of another viral infection, molluscum contagiosum, can be present and create nonpainful bumps. Syphilis, too, may create such lesions though they are usually short lived. See your doctor if it persists. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Way to shrink mons pubis thin female w/o surgery? Its embarrassing and I exercise please help!! Any special exercises? Or something?
Puffy mons pubis?: Unfortunately, the mons pubis is made up of fat and hair follicles that can be "puffy" even in thin women. There are not any specific exercises that reduce this area however, general fluid and weight reduction can make this area less prominent with exercise. ...Read more
I have a large mons pubis and I really wanna loose the fat around there, is there anything I can do for excercise? I don't want to get surgery
Weight loss benefits: Diet, weight loss, exercise and time can get results for you. The fat pad over the mons pubis can be quite large, so be patient. As you lose weight and tone all your muscles this fat pad will respond, however it might not respond first or as fast as other areas. Good luck. ...Read more
Bumps on Mons pubis. Latest one is from shaving and it's painful but feels like it needs to pop. Help? Also have "older" bumps that don't go away
Ingrown hair: Some times shaving will irritate the skin, and make you susceptible to infection of the hair follicle. After a follicle gets infected, it can lead to scarring and permanent bumps. For this bump that feels like it needs to pop, you may be right. Soak in a hot bath to help soften the skin, or use warm wash cloths as a compress and soften the skin. Stay clean and dry. Avoid lotions or creams. ...Read more
Mons bumps: May be folliculitis, infection of hair follicle, very common especially if shave. Would follow with doctor/ urgent care.They can give topical antibiotics (sometimes bacitracin) that may hepl, sometimes you need oral antibiotics as well. Wash well 2 x a day. See a doctor this week. ...Read more
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