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What are Pubic Lice?

Description of the disease

Pubic lice is a parasitic infestation caused by lice that typically reside in the pubic hair area. They feed on human blood and can cause skin irritation and itching.


Pubic lice are classified as pediculosis.


  • Itching in the pubic hair area
  • Visible lice or nits on the hair
  • Irritation and red spots on the skin


Infection with pubic lice is usually transmitted through close contact between individuals, including sexual contact.


The diagnosis of pubic lice is usually made based on the detection of lice or their eggs on the hair.


Special shampoos and lotions that destroy lice and their eggs are commonly used to treat pubic lice. It is also important to treat clothing and bedding.


To avoid infestation with pubic lice, it is recommended to avoid close contact with infected individuals, use personal hygiene items, and carefully monitor the condition of the pubic hair.


Pubic lice treatment is carried out by a dermatologist or infectious disease specialist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.