Razor Bumps

A 32 years old male patient complaining of Rashes papule,pustules and itching after 2nd or 3rd day after removing pubic hairs from 1 year back. Chief Complaints Rashes papules , pustules and itching in pubic area History Patient has been Taken Azithromycin 500 OD For 5 days, Zinc for 15 days , Levocitrazin for 7 days But he got temporary relief for sometimes. After shaving next time , the condition remains same as before Diagnosis Razor Bumps

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Pseudofolliculitis Pubis Pseudofolliculitis barbae is more known. Faulty direction of face or pubic hair. Very simple way to treat the problem. Mild keratolytic cream for short duration. Patient has 2 choices. One to do shaving daily-feasible at face and not at pubic region. Second avoid shaving. Let hair grow more. If needed shaving, one may use double or triple blade. One may try electric razor.

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Razor bumps.. Change the direction of razor while shaving. Pseudofolliculitis barbae is a foreign-body inflammatory reaction surrounding ingrown facial hairs, which results from shaving. It can also occur on any body site where hair is shaved or plucked, including axilla, pubic area, and legs. It is also known as shaving rash or razor bumps.. Antiseptic lotion after shaving . Electric razor is the best alternate.

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Folliculitis Antibiotics local and systemic Allegra

Razor bumps (pseudofolliculitis barbae - skin irritation caused by ingrown hairs)

Keratosis pilaris

Yes it will remain same even after using medications because shaving opposite the growth of hair will always cause this shaving with the hair growth prevent such issues. The condition is known as folliculitis

? FOLLICULITIS.. ? PSEUDOFOLLICULITIS BARBAE..

ACD

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Folliculitis

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pseudofolliculitis pubis

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