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Itching in your pubic hair

  1. Itching is very annoying. And especially if it is in an intimate place where you cannot always scratch. When you have itching in your pubic hair, you will not like to talk about it. Itching in your pubic hair can have a number of different causes. What can you do about it and what can you do to prevent it?

Pubic hair

  1. Pubic hair is the name for the hair that grows in the pubic area from puberty. The pubic hair is different for everyone. It differs in color, thickness, length and density. Pubic hair does not resemble scalp hair, it is often thicker and stiffer and the color is usually different too. The age at which pubic hair starts to grow is different for everyone. Usually it is earlier in girls than in boys, and on average between the ages of 11 and 14.

Causes itching in your pubic hair

  1. When you have itching in your pubic hair, that is of course very annoying. Maybe you don't dare to talk about it. Usually the itching will go away on its own, but sometimes it is necessary to visit your doctor. Various causes of the itching can be:

Prevent itching

  1. You can do a number of things yourself to prevent or reduce itching in your pubic hair:

To the doctor

  1. In a number of cases you cannot improve or eliminate the itching symptoms yourself. A visit to the doctor is then inevitable. For example in the case of pubic lice. But even if you continue to suffer from itching, dry skin, red bumps and wounds, please contact your doctor. A bacterial infection may have developed and it will spread further. A fungal infection is also possible. The doctor will not be surprised, these are common complaints for which there are excellent resources.

  2. In a number of cases you cannot improve or eliminate the itching symptoms yourself. A visit to the doctor is then inevitable. For example in the case of pubic lice. But even if you continue to suffer from itching, dry skin, red bumps and wounds, please contact your doctor. A bacterial infection may have developed and it will continue to spread. A fungal infection is also possible. The doctor will not be surprised, these are common complaints for which there are excellent resources.



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