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MiABaLLa
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hi i dont know what i have, by my pubic hairs i have like pimples this has never happen to me but when i shaved once it was kinda dirty and old i mistaken it, well there like black and i can pull them out and my hairs grow in the pimples what is that? is that a virus or soemting
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LilBlueSmurf
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Those are ingrown hairs caused by shaving. Stop the shaving, and you'll probably stop getting them
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