The Vagina Feels Punctured After Pulling Pubic Hair Using Chemicals?
I tried the first time to veet the pubic region. But it affected my genitals. After that, I finished feeling the twigs in the area. Is there a danger for me?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Previously, we need to clarify that the understanding that we get with the sensation of the whip you mentioned is a sensation like prickling. If it turns out that what you mean is not this, we apologize in advance and please make a new question described in more detail.
The tingling that you feel is most likely normal, because the act of plucking pubic hair is painful. In addition, the skin can also be interested when removing the adhesive. The reddish color of the skin that often appears after waxing is a sign that it's only natural that the action is painful.
But this pain should not last long, fade over time, and not be accompanied by other symptoms such as the appearance of a lump, limitation of motion, let alone blood loss. So if your condition has improved now, there's nothing to worry about, and just be more careful in the future.
However, if your complaint has not improved at all from when it first appeared, or accompanied by other symptoms that we mentioned before, then you can check yourself, especially to a general practitioner first. Your doctor will later make a history, look at your area of interest and determine whether there is a tendency toward nerve disorders, infections, irritations, or other conditions and whether it can be treated alone or needs to be referred to a specialist. The handling that you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection. Meanwhile, cold compress the area, and consumption of over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed. So, hopefully answering your question.