Rebecca Brightman, an ob-gyn in New York City, warned against squeezing, tweezing, poking or prodding at these little guys — that'll only make it worse and possibly lead to an infected ingrown hair, which is about as unpleasant as it sounds. They tend to appear within two to 20 days of getting infected, and then might go dormant for weeks or years. If you have a particularly hard time with ingrown hairs, Streicher recommended switching to just clipping pubic hair close as opposed to actually removing it. And if a bump you suspect to be a pimple doesn't go away in a week or so, or gets bigger and more painful rather than smaller over time, it doesn't hurt to call your doctor. A big culprit of bumps are ingrown hairs — something caused by the simple routine of shaving pubic hair. And then there's a little-known but incredibly common STI called molluscum contagiosum.
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