My Boyfriend is experiencing genital rash. The following also describe him: Skin rash and Skin redness without itching or pain. What should he do?

HE SHOULD. FIND OUT what is causing it and what the TREATMENT is and IF and WHEN his rash will not SPREAD to you or anyone else...and for the moment he SHOULD NOT have sexual contact until the rash is dealt with! Hope this helps! Dr Z.

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