For me personally, I can say that I used to have much more of a problem shaving my neck and adam's apple areas than I do now, and in the beginning I would nick myself rather often leaving me with a couple weepers.
I now can shave those two areas with little to no irritation, and rarely do I get any nicks or weepers. Usually the result is a DFS. I have yet to attain a true BBS with no stubble feel anywhere when rubbing in every direction. However, I love shaving now! Previously, I hated shaving and would dread doing it because of irritation and redness and razor burn/bumps. I can now consistently attain a DFS. The only thing that has changed from the beginning to now is my technique. My angle, my use of pressure (none), etc. have all contributed to the improvement in my shaves. So I'd say pay attention to the blade angle (approx. 30 degrees) and the pressure your using (none). Let the razor do the work and focus on your technique while using it. That sounds basic, but really try to pay attention and it will certainly help in the problem areas.
Hope that helps,
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