Had small red bump with white head in pubic hair area. Shaved a few days ago. Popped and thickish white pus and a little blood no burning or itch. Sti?

Ingrown hair. Ingrown hairs are common in the pubic area, created by shaving or the friction from underwear. They can appear as pimple like bumps, occassionally with pus. Applying warm compresses and washing twice daily with a warm soapy washcloth should help the site drain and heal faster. See your doctor if symptoms do not improve with these measures. STI would be unlikely.

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I have a small red bump where my pubic hair grows. I shave all the time and do wear tight clothes. I am a virgin. Is it ingrown pubic or std/hpv? TY

Shaving is a problem. Try clipping hairs with scissors to avoid the 'burn' from a razor which can cut off the hair too close- then it becomes an ingrown hair or folliculitis as you describe. Yes, clipping hairs will take longer, but if you want to avoid this problem and keep the 'lawn' mowed- that's what I would recommend. You could always take a cue from the French - they never shave or clip...vis a vis au naturel. Read more...

I shaved my pubic hair and small red pimple like bumps appeared at the very base. I can't be an STD because I've never had sex. What is it?

Normal. This occurs normally after shaving large amounts of hair. The razor creates a slight trauma to the hair follicle which results in small red bumps. Sometimes the bumps can become inflamed and appear like small pimples. Be sure to clean the area with soap and water. Read more...
Folliculitis. The area around the hair root called follicles can become irritated by the trauma of shaving or the cream or soaping agent you use in the process. It will likely fade within days. Read more...

I have a hard bump on my vagina. It hurt so I put a hot towel on it, squeezed it and puss and thin blood came out. It went down but it's still there and it itches sometimes. It's on top of the vagina were the pubic hair is.

Infected gland. There are numerous glands at the vaginal entrance. These glands secrete fluid that helps lubricate the vagina. Sometimes the openings of these glands become obstructed, causing fluid to back up into the gland. At times, the fluid within the cyst may become infected. See your doctor to get it drained if needed and treated. Read more...