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Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon advises Melodie how to get rid of ingrown hair down there.
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How to Get Rid of Ingrown Hairs
Dr. Travis Stork: Melodie from Louisville, Kentucky is on the phone to tell about us an eek down there. So Melodie what’s going on?
Melodie: I have ingrown hairs under my armpit and in the pubic area which is all true embarrassing and unsightly. And I’ve tried everything on the market to no avail so I’m trying to figure out what would be the best course of action to alleviate the frequency of my ingrown hair. I'm trying to get rid off it over all because I can't even--it looks like I haven’t shaved.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: This is really, really common problem and what you can do is you can either stop shaving for a while or do something like waxing or even there’s laser right? There’s other treatment.
Dr. Drew Ordon: And we talked about that laser works quite well either pulsed dye laser or a 540 pulse which we use to get rid of hair number one and for acne conditions and this is sort of a combination. Laser may be an excellent option.
Dr. Lisa Masterson: That common problem a lot of women has this but there are solutions.
Dr. Travis Stork: So but there is hope. Thank you for your question Melodie.