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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders

Question: Testcial rash


 nytatu - Tue Mar 09, 2004 4:02 pm

i noticed white rashes around my testical area. it doesn't hurt or anything. Although sometimes my testical iches. I looked on other websites to see if its any sexually transmitted disease but its not metiontioned , so i was wondering if thats normal to have?
 Dr. Russell M - Tue Mar 09, 2004 11:45 pm

User avatar Hi!

I don't think that its normal to have testicular rashes and itching. Perhaps a fungal infection of the skin may be the reason. You can try antifungal creams to be applied over the area. If the itching is a problem, you might want to take a benadryl tablet before you go to sleep.

If you have a history of promiscous sexual relationships, you might want to visit a dermatologist to look into the matter.

bill
 Puk - Sat Aug 13, 2005 8:08 am

i discovered what looks like a rash but also looks like small scabs around and on my testicals these scabs are not just scabs when i pick them off they are what look like small living bugs they actually have little moving legs. what are they and how can i cure this problem. help , thank you

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