Growing Pubic Hair?
I want to ask, why is it that after shaving the pubic hair grows rather slowly and grows thick and sharp. consequently prickling in the skin. how do you handle it? pdhl raking it doesn’t run out but it grows long and thick and sharp. focus please.
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Shortening pubic hair is actually a good thing to do to keep the intimate organs clean. By shortening pubic hair, the potential for the development of disease-causing microorganisms, such as lice, fungi, bacteria, or viruses can be minimized so that you can avoid various complaints, such as genital itching, redness, swelling, blisters, including urinary tract infections that are prone to occur. due to the rise of microorganisms from the anus and genitals to the urinary tract.
There is no direct relationship between the rate at which pubic hair grows, and the thickness of pubic hair by shortening it. Pubic hair can grow slower and thicker due to genetic factors, nutritional intake, differences in pubic skin care, and a variety of other factors. Indeed, this condition can trigger itching and discomfort around the genitals. However, if there are no other complications, then this complaint will subside by itself as your pubic hair grows.
In the meantime, you can get around these complaints with the following efforts:
Clean the genitals using good quality water every shower, after going to the bathroom, and after having sex
Wear pants that are soft and not tight
Change pants at least 2 times a day
Maintain your weight so as not to cause excessive friction around the genitals and groin
If later complaints arise, such as itching, puffiness, swelling, or others around the genitals, don't hesitate to go to the doctor immediately.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah