Re: razor burn..please answer!
Have you tried any shave gels with aloe or gels specifically for sensitive skin? Also, get a bottle of aloe and after you shave, slather the area up with it and see if that helps. Are you using enough shave gel when you shave? They recommend not running over the area more than 2 or 3 times because, anymore after that, you are risking irritation. Does your raiser have more than one blade? That can help also since it will lessen the amount of times you have to run over a spot. Try changing the direction in which you run the razor. If you shave downward, try shaving upward or if upward, then shave downward, side to side...whichever way, just try shaving in the opposited direction.
You could also consider waxing or doing laser hair removal. Waxing can be very uncomfortable so, take some aspirin or a pain reliever like advil if you do that. And, if you consider Laser hair removal (which I had done), it too can be painful so, get the topical they have you put on the area. However, only about a month or so after my last laser hair removal treatment, they came up with a new laser that is painless but, the med spa that I went to claims that they are the only ones who have that laser so, I don't know if that painless laser is in your area yet and, I would wait until it is there if I were you based on the pain I experienced with the regular laser.
One last thing is to go to a dermatologist and see if they can recommend anything for you.
But, if you are going to continue to shave, slather up afterwards with aloe. That may or may not help you...it is worth a shot.