Hi, my name is Cam.. and over the past month i have started to get an itching sensation near the bottom of my shaft. So i decided to shave, ( yes i fully partake in no shave November), and to my suprise there are these white bumps, probly no bigger than a pin top, and there were only like 5 of them. It continuously itches and i am tired of it. They hav not spread to my shaft, instead they are staying in the area of my pubic hair. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.
Hi Cam, you have most likely caused an irritation from the first shave and now by touching them with dirty fingers, it is spreading. Stop shaving for a while and get some of that over the counter 1% cordizone cream. Wash the area with warm water first an put the cream.
Hi Cam, heres some help with shaving, just shave the way your hair grows, which your find is downwards, so always shave that way, if there still itching try some calamin lotion, its old fashioned but works for most skin things.
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