Sores in the pubic area usually start with skin irritation and then become infected by bacteria that naturally exist on the skin. When a person develops them, they can try several home remedies to help solve the boiling problem. In any case, before we study how to treat and deal with pubic edema, let us look at these 10 possible causes of edema below the belt.
1. Wearing tight clothing can cause excessive friction in the pubic area.
2. Excessive shaving can irritate the skin and cause skin infections such as cellulitis and folliculitis.
3. Ingrown hair. When the hair grows inward, you may notice small round bumps (called papules) or pus-filled small bumps (called pustules).
4. Weakened immune system.
5.Lack of Proper hygiene in the pubic area. Those with thicker pubic hair growth are more likely to develop labia abscess.
6. There are some organisms like Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli and Chlamydia trachomatis that brings infection.
7. Infected wounds or wounds may be caused by shaving, allowing bacteria to spread to nearby hair follicles.
8. Use sanitary pads or tampons, especially scented sanitary pads or tampons for women.
9) Menstruation, female hormonal imbalance may also trigger the development of pubic papules.
10) S.T.I and genital perforation may also be the root cause of pubic ills.
How to Manage and treat pubic illnesses.
1. Avoid popping or puncturing the abscess/bore, as this may cause the bacteria to spread further and increase the pain in the pubic area.
2. Dip a piece of cloth into warm water (squeeze out excess water) with a warm cloth by pressing it once, and then apply it to the boiling point for about 10 minutes.
3) Avoid wearing tight boxers/underwear, as they will irritate the hair follicles.
4) If you are prone to acne, please avoid using depilatory cream 5.
Before or after touching your private parts, be sure to wash your hands to disinfect Staphylococcus.
6) Wash the genitals thoroughly to prevent the development of fungal infections. If you encounter this condition frequently, use antibacterial soap under the advice of a doctor.
7. Take painkillers. If you have mild pain when boiling, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen, to relieve the pain. However, you should remember that most bos usually heal naturally. If boiling continues for more than 2 weeks or doubles or causes other problems, please try to see a doctor immediately.
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