I am a male, not sexually active. I have a "Philips Bodygroom", a grooming tool to shave body hair. Some months ago, I developed a skin irritation in my genital area. I would describe it as a very warm (at times almost hot) feeling. Just sitting in a chair I would often feel that this area was abnormally warm, but nowhere else on my body did I feel this way. The doctor thought I had an inflammation.
Recently, I began having the irritation feeling again -- the genital area is very warm and at the end of day after work I would almost say it was like I was sweating there. I couldn't understand what was causing it but realized I had recently used the Bodygroom device again to groom the pubic area. I definitely recall using this before I had the previous flare up, and these are the only two common elements to both incidents.
Could shaving the pubic area be causing some sort of irritation? I don't notice any bumps, swelling, etc., effectively there is no visible sign of irritation or inflammation except perhaps some slight redness. I had kept the Bodygroom device in the shower -- perhaps it was exposed to some chemicals that I had used to clean the bathroom?
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