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Waxing would not be expected to cause pigmentary changes in your skin.
While I do not believe this is anything to worry about it probably would be a good idea to show this pigment spot to your primary care MD.
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It is highly unlikely that the waxing caused the pigment changes, even if you were not feeling well.....
It is more probable that the pigmentary area was just more visible after the waxing.
But, the good news?
Your primary care MD should be able to sort things out.
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