When shaving above the penis, after do you get bumpsand spots

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I shaved the area above my penis around 3-4 months ago, like the full patch of hair just under my tummy and above my penis, and since then I get random lumps which after a few days pop by themselves and go and sometimes the lumps hard for a few days then goes after it pops and usually leaves a small patch with no hair, is this normal? Sorry if I made it sound gross just confuses rn tbh
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I shaved the area above my penis around 3-4 months ago, like the full patch of hair just under my tummy and above my penis, and since then I get random lumps which after a few days pop by themselves and go and sometimes the lumps hard for a few days then goes after it pops and usually leaves a small patch with no hair, is this normal? Sorry if I made it sound gross just confuses rn tbh
Ps I have no diseases or Sti- never had sex
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Ps I have no diseases or Sti- never had sex
Maybe try not to shave and use some other method of hair removal
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Ingrown hair.
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Put a guard on your shaver next time and don't shave it all the way down to the skin. It sounds like you've irritated the skin. I think this is what they call razor burn.
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Put a guard on your shaver next time and don't shave it all the way down to the skin. It sounds like you've irritated the skin. I think this is what they call razor burn.
But it was ages ago
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Maybe try not to shave and use some other method of hair removal
I just want to know if this is normal and It’s not a sign of cancer or something godforbid
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Don't need to shave that deep, just trim so it doesn't um get in the way.
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I just want to know if this is normal and It’s not a sign of cancer or something godforbid
I had a similar issue and it’s embarrassing to talk to your doctor about these things. I just started using a different way of hair removal.
if it makes any difference I’m a girl
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Don't need to shave that deep, just trim so it doesn't um get in the way.
That’s what I do now, but why’s this still happening after months, is it normal
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That’s what I do now, but why’s this still happening after months, is it normal
dunno, it doesn't sound like anything serious but talk to your GP or dermatologist
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dunno, it doesn't sound like anything serious but talk to your GP or dermatologist
Don’t feel comfortable I found it weird ngl, just about wrote this and it’s anon lol
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Don’t feel comfortable I found it weird ngl, just about wrote this and it’s anon lol
Nothing to feel uncomfortable about, go and talk to a specialist. Even if it's a bit uncomfortable in the short-term, you will know how to deal with it in the long-term and you will be bump/spot-free.
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