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Heat Rash On Scrotum
A diagnostic dilema: It is difficult to tell what you have and so advising treatment is impossible. You possibly have heat-rash and/or jock-itch in the groin, scrotum areas which can be treated with keeping cool/dry and otc lotrimin/lamisil cream. Stds such as early herpes, psoriasis, warts etc...Need different treatments. Consult doc for evaluation and appropriate treatment. Good luck. Read more
Scrotum rash: Condition involving texture or color of pouch of skin containing the testicles. Read more
SCROTUM RASH: How long have you had it? Change your soap to a milder one (dove or cetaphil); change your clothing detergent to all free & clear; wear boxer (not jockey) shorts. If it persists, see a dermatologist. Read more
How can I identify if my baby has heat rash or eczema? Her rashes are red and its flaky on her face, because of dryness her cheek has a small cut now.
I had unprotected sex 18 days ago I now have a fungal like rash on scrotum the last 3 days ago but no sores or pain and light itch could it be herpes?
My 3 month old grandaughter has red rashes on her tummy and its weeping. How to treat it and is it heat rash?
I have painful tiny white bumps on my testicles started as a rash on scrotum after swimming. Then a few bumps on scrotum. Now a lot of white bumps.
My husband has a red bumpy rash on scrotum, we have treated with jock itch cream for 4 days, now he has blood blisters there, any ideas on what it is
Reaction to cream: Suggest he consults a dermatologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
What could I have? I have a burning rash on scrotum for 5 weeks, testicle pain, small white bumps on penis head, sore throat, gas, burning eyes.
Go to the doctor: This is a group of symptoms that do not predict just one problem. I think you need to be seen in person by your family physician. Read more
Heat rashes occur: Heat rashes occur, and are not uncommon. Sometimes it's related to sweating a lot, with or without "blocked" sweat glands or oil glands. Other times it's related to sports equipment friction, bacteria, moisture, etc... Being in a hot tub can lead to a "hot tub" rashes. Rashes are difficult to describe in words, so it is best to have a doctor look at a rash. Read more