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    zachery75 posted:
    I am a 38 year old married male. I have recently developed an itchy rash on my scrotum. I've tried a couple different jock itch creams but to no avail. The itching is driving me absolutely crazy. I put hydrocortisone cream on and it helped a tiny bit, but it always seems to come back. I also have a couple of red spots on my penis that my not be related. Please help!
    davedsel2 responded:
    Sounds like it is time to see your doctor. He/she can prescribe an anti-fungal medication in pill form that could help. I have similar symptoms and an oral prescribed medication is helping.
    nohard responded:
    Hi been playing away? get yourself shaved down below, trhis will help any creams you try, but try an STD/GUM clinic and get some tests done, may not be from now as some things hid.
    And see how you go from there.
    Good Luck

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