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an increase in gray pubic hair and it's itchy?

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I saw that this question was asked previously, but I am 27 and have noticed an increase in gray pubic hair. Now my vagina is very itchy where the gray hair is. I am also experiencing very itchy inner thigh along the crease of the vagina and the leg- I guess I would call it the bikini line?? Anyway, please help


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replied January 25th, 2012
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A30780
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Gray pubic hair could result due to stress, poor dietary habits, heredity, decrease in melanocytes (cells producing melanin/pigment for hair color), use of chemicals, pollution etc. Consider visiting your doctor/dermatologist for further evaluation and assistance. Maintain healthy diet and lifestyle. Avoid smoking. Include multivitamin supplements. Avoid use of any harsh chemicals in the area.
Take care.



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