Bumps In The Vaginal Area After Waxing?
Hello, I want to ask, are bumps or bouncy and itching in the female area after waxing dangerous? Current condition is also pregnant. What good is it for? previously consulted with a genital skin doctor and already given creams and drinking drugs. I didn’t drink the medicine because I was worried that I was pregnant.
Hello, thank you for your question
First, you need to ascertain the cause of the bouncy or fluid-filled bumps you mean. Here are some possible causes:
viral infections, such as genital herpes (only around the genital area), shingles (infecting one side of the body in a specific area), chickenpox (whole body) bacterial infections, such as folliculitis (resembling acne), boils, impetigo burns reactions irritation or allergy Waxing is a method of pulling hair so that the skin looks smooth, including around the genital area. This method uses a thin layer of wax that is applied to the skin and then placed on a thin cloth. Then, after the wax has hardened, the fabric is pulled so that the hair stuck to the fabric will be pulled. Unfortunately, this method runs the risk of causing irritation to the skin, especially due to contact with the wax being too hot.
Seeing a skin specialist is the right choice. The doctor will assess the condition of your skin so that the underlying cause is identified. Then the doctor will determine the right treatment, either with oral drugs or topical drugs. Make sure you convey that you are currently pregnant so that the medicine prescribed by the doctor will not have a negative impact on the fetus. If you forget to inform you that you are pregnant and are worried that the drug can have a bad effect on the fetus, you can consult this doctor again. You need to know, not all drinking drugs have a negative effect on the womb.
While waiting for the healing process you should:
for the time being, avoid shaving the hair on the female area and avoid touching, scratching, or breaking the water-filled bumps. choose cotton underwear and replace it regularly. Hopefully this information is useful