That is a great question and one that would best be answered by your primary care doctor
or another medical professional as he or she will be able to evaluate you and decide upon the appropriate treatment strategy geared towards your specific complaints. It is important that when you shave any area of the body, that you do it in a gentle manner and avoid cutting yourself as best as possible. You can consider using pre-shaving treatments, such as shaving oil or shaving creams, taking a hot shower prior to shaving to soften the skin. If you are using one type of razor, that isn't working well, you can consider electric shavers. Regardless, it is important that you are evaluated by a doctor at this time because there is a risk with so many cuts that one of them may become infected and this can become a serious issue, especially when it occurs in the genital region. Your doctor may suggest something topical to put on the area to soothe the pain and also sterilize it to avoid infection. It is also recommended that you keep the area clean and dry to avoid infections at this point.