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Pubic sores usually start with skin irritation and then become infected with bacteria that are naturally present on the skin. When someone develops it, they can try various home remedies to treat the problem. Before we discuss the treatment and management of pubic swelling, let’ s take a look at 10 possible causes of this swelling under the belt.
1. Wearing tight clothes can cause excessive friction in the pubic area.
2. Excessive shaving can irritate the skin and lead to skin infections such as cellulite and folliculitis.
3. Ingrown hair. As the hair grows inward, you may see small round bumps (called papules) or tiny bumps (called pustules) filled with pus.
4. Weak immune system.
5. Poor hygiene in the pubic area. Those with thicker hair are more likely to have a labial abscess.
6. There are several organisms such as Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, and Chlamydia trachomatis that transmit the infection.
7. An infected cut or wound can be caused by shaving, which allows bacteria to spread to the surrounding hair follicles.
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8. Use pads or tampons, especially sanitary napkins that smell good.
9) Menstruation, female hormone imbalance can also cause shampoo to develop.
10) S. T. I. and perforation of the genitals can also be a major cause of pubic disease.
How to treat and treat pubic disease.
1. Avoid breaking or puncturing the abscess / hole as this can cause the bacteria to spread further and increase pain in the pubic area.
2. Using a warm towel, soak a piece of cloth in warm water (squeeze out the remaining water), wring it out once, then stick it to the boiling point for about 10 minutes.
3) Avoid boxers / tight underwear as this will irritate the hair follicles.
4) If you are prone to breakouts, please avoid using hair removal creams 5.
Make sure to wash your hands before or after touching the genital area to disinfect Staphylococcus.
6) Wash your genitals well to prevent yeast infection from developing. If you often suffer from this disease, use antibacterial soap on the advice of a doctor.
7. Take pain relievers. If you experience mild pain while cooking, you can take an over- the- counter pain reliever such as paracetamol or ibuprofen for pain relief. However, you need to remember that most bosses usually heal naturally. If the cooking process takes more than 2 weeks, or doubles, or causes other problems, seek medical attention immediately.
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