I shaved my pubic area and noticed that I have some pimples and small red bumps... I also have small litlle cuts and I was going to have sex tonight. I was wondering if it would be safe for me to do so ,since I never shaved my pubic are before and had sex , but is there anything I need to do before hand ?
What kind of small little cuts are there? Do you know how you got the small little cuts?
The pimples and small red bumps can be a normal thing, the cuts, no so much. I hope you get back to the site before having sex. I am not trying to scare you, it could be nothing, but, small little cuts is not a normal thing.
Shaving the pubic area is no big deal as a rule. Your lymph nodes can be affected by doing this especially since you are a male, but they might not. For me, when I shave, it makes my lymph nodes harder, which the doctor said is not a great thing. Nothing you really need to know before hand other than it is best not to have sex until you know what the small little cuts are.
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