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Question Posted Thursday July 20 2006, 11:36 pm

Is it possible to get a blister or like a blood blister from shaving close to your vagina, if not what else could shaving cause?

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laycieee answered Friday July 21 2006, 5:34 pm:
No, most likely shaving cannot cause blood blisters. Mostly what shaving can cause is irritation, redness, and tiny red bumps. If you're not sure, then I suggest maybe asking your mom or your doctor. Good luck.

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alisonmarie answered Friday July 21 2006, 6:41 am:
No. Shaving can cause redness, irritation, or razor burn - but not blisters.

A blister near your vagina could be the symptom of a sexually transmitted infection (if you are sexually active). If not, it could actually be a boil or pimple.

If you are not sexually active, wait for a couple of days. Does it go away? Is it causing pain? Is it an unusual size or colour? A doctor can help you out.

If you are sexually active, you'll want to head over to a doctor and get checked out.

Best of luck.

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lookitslorin answered Friday July 21 2006, 12:06 am:
Im not sure about the blisters, but other things you can get are,

1. Swolen lymph nodes [Not common]
2. Rasor burn
3. Yeast infection
4. Abnormal discharge

Hope I have helped. :]

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Exquisitechick answered Thursday July 20 2006, 11:57 pm:
You could of bumped it. Or maybe youre irrtated it while you were shaving. I had one for no reason at all. It could also be a pimple?


Are you sexually active? if so, it may be a STD.

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