I have athletes foot and burning sensation under my scrotum?

Tolnaftate. A tolnaftate cream is still probably best for most athlete's foot, a diagnosis a lay person can make easily. I'd apply it to the sensitive area on your bottom as well and see what happens. Keep these places dry especially after you exercise. If you don't get a good result in a week, physician's office visit is in order.
Jock itch. It is certainly possible that you have a fungal infection in both locations. Antifungal creams are a good start. Try and look in a mirror and make sure you have no open wounds under your scrotum prior to applying any medication. If you don't and there is just scaly skin or redness you can try the antifungal cream and if no improvement see your doctor.

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When masterbating it hurts my urethra and scrotum it's like a burning sensation. How to prevent this?

I'm not sure. What you're doing when your masturbating, but obviously you're doing something wrong. Maybe their a training video on youtube....... Be gentle with your penis, it's the only one you'll ever have. Masturbation is not a mma sport. Read more...

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I had a burning sensation after intercourse on my scrotum. It had never happened before. I do have a varecoele. Could that be or what can it be?

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