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Remedies For Scrotum Rash
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
Consult family Dr: There are a number of different rashes affecting groin area. ...Read more
No: Don't know the cause. This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. ...Read more
I am experiencing genital itching, genital rash. I believe I may have Scabies on my genitals. Treatment for scabies w/o the need of a prescription?
Scabies: I am experiencing genital itching, genital rash. I believe I may have Scabies on my genitals. Treatment for scabies w/o the need of a prescription? ANS: if you want to get rid of it, which I recommend, and it is scabies then you will need proper RX. So show to your Dr. And see what they say. ...Read more
The problem is you have a rash on your scrotum! Now, you have to figure out why? What is causing the rash and have it treated.
You would want to see a dermatologist for your condition. ...Read more
Not sure: This is the type of question which cannot be answered easily without seeing the rash. Suggest you show this to a doctor. ...Read more
Sir im having bumps or rashes around my prepuce of penise and some of them are present on scrotum also. Which disease is this? Is it dangerouse
How do I know if I have this chancre-like on scrotum that is painful and itchy and other deform rashes. They are itchy, red, painful. Could it be syphilis?
Syphilis: Primary syphilis does include genital sores called chancres, but they are usually painless. Http://tinyurl. Com/8fzkvwt they look like large, round bug bites that are hard, and usually show up 10-90 days after exposure. They also usually heal up within 6 weeks -- but if untreated, syphilis moves on to further stages. Please see your doctor for any questions about sores on your scrotum. ...Read more
My scrotum and the area around my penis is itchy and has bump like rashes on it I am a virgin, what could it be? Sometimes it itches so bad
Doc, I'm currently having rashes in my groin area and my scrotum becomes occasionally itchy. The itchiness subsides whenever I apply candid powder.
Hello doc. I have develop few purplish to dark red itchy rashes on my scrotum. These becomes severe itchy when I work out or on sweating. I get good results on washing with Hydrogen Peroxide. But they donot go away completely. I am 32.
May be fungal/yeast: Infection on the skin of the scrotum. The groin area is a common place that fungal infections occur. The fungus tends to grow well on areas that are warm and moist, and often itch worse when the area become more warm and moist (eg. When working out and/or sweating). Try using an OTC treatment for jock itch, if not helpful, may need prescription. Consider in-box consult on HealthTap for Rx. ...Read more
Scrotal rash: Rashes on the scrotum can be from a number of causes. Commonly yeast grow in the skin creases and cause jock itch. A variety of other conditions including psoriasis, warts, heat rash, chaffing can also cause these and you should see a urologist or dermatologist to accurately diagnse and treat these. ...Read more
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Here are some...: Without further detailed history and a direct look, it is hard to come up a right diagnosis, but if the presence of itchy elbows and scrotum is chronic, the most likely diagnosis is psoriasis, which would be permanent with no cure, but manageable chiefly with judicious use of steroid-containing cream. For practical care, see a urologist first and a dermatologist to follow as needed. ...Read more
Surgical removal: Is the only treatment. All the calcifications must be removed otherwise recurrence occurs. Have you had this for many years? You are 65.This disease occurs in teenage years. Best wishes. ...Read more
Nothing: Well, first of all treat the reason why there is bleeding in scrotum. Rest may be adequate for most cases, but in severe cases blood can be drained surgically to relieve pressure. ...Read more
See dermatologist: You should see your dermatologist for treatment and evaluation. ...Read more
See a urologist: Most common cause of scrotal swellings are hydroceles (sac of fluid around testicle)+ corrected by minor surgery. Spermatoceles are benign cysts which can be removed if large or symptomatic. Swellings with pain can be due to twisted testicle or epididymitis, former needs surgery asap ot save testis, latter needs antibiotics. Testis tumors need surgery. Treatment for scrotal edema is non-surgical. ...Read more
Sx's: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. ...Read more
Depends on symptoms.: Bilateral funiculitis means inflammation of the spermatic cord on both sides. This could be detected on power doppler ultrasound as increased flow and dilated blood vessels. Treatment depends on clinical signs and symptoms. If there is minimal pain or discomfort, no treatment may be necessary. Signs of infection require treatment with antibiotics. Pain can be treated with anti-inflammatory meds. ...Read more
Here are some...: The care for what you reported would depend on the degree and area of "burned" by cleaning acid as well as personal coping ability. General measures include: 1. copious irrigation with sterile saline or sterile water especially for first degree, 2. keep the affected area as dry and clean as possible, 3. take oral pain killer to ease pain as needed, etc. If in second degree, seek evaluation &. .. ...Read more