I find this so embarrassing to even ask but for few months I've noticed I've been really red and itchy down there. Every time I shave it feels like I cut myself and burns the same way for few hours but I don't have cuts. I'm always very itchy and I can't control so I do itch a lot. Then when I go to the bathroom I notice that itchy part burns a lot. This irritation has been for months now and it's almost everyday. I havent been active about a year and half so I don't see why I have this problem. Also, I used to get brazilians back then and started shaving after.
You probably should ask your doctor. But you may just need to stop shaving until after you have the baby. Our skin can get really sensitive during pregnancy and some women can't tolerate during pregnancy the things that they could before getting pregnant. Good luck!
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