FourFourFive News understands the condition is often triggered by stress, depression or anxiety and that people may feel they’re “overreacting”.
It can cause temporary hair loss or the hair growing back but is usually short lived.
Pubic hair can be a sign of skin cancer, which can lead to a hair loss.
It is also commonly seen in people with severe skin conditions such as cystic fibrosis, alopecia, psoriasis and other skin conditions.
“The condition is very common, so people tend to look for the cause,” Dr David Shearer from the University of Auckland said.
Auckland GP David Shearers advice to people with pubic cancer “There are a few different things that people can do to try and alleviate this and reduce it.
For example, some people will shave their pubic area.”
“You can also try applying facial lotions and using a hair dryer to help reduce it.”
Dr Shearer said some people with this condition have been known to have hair growth, which was also often temporary.
He said people who have hair that grows back were usually a lot more likely to be depressed, so it was important to seek help if they did feel they were overreacting.
Dr David Shearing said pubic skin cancer could be diagnosed with a simple blood test, but he advised people to talk to their GP if they had any concerns.
The condition can be treated with a combination of topical corticosteroids, anti-inflammatory drugs and a steroid cream or gel.
If you have skin cancer or cystic cystic tumour, you should also talk to your GP.
What to do if you have pubic pain article You should also seek advice from your GP if you feel a pain in your pubic region, Dr Shearer advised.
In rare cases, the condition may be treated using topical cortics and corticostegics, which are used to treat pain from various conditions such a psorias sclerosus.
Some people have been told to stop shaving altogether if they feel they have a condition called pubic rickets.
People with the condition are also advised to check their skin regularly to see if they have signs of hair growth.
More to come.