... days later, my scrotum was red like Rudolph's nose, and it itched like mad and was moist, yet would get dry and cracked looking. ... (0 replies)
... I believe that this was initially caused by too much sweet processed sugary foods and LOTS of bread. I also think that the cause of the itchy Sphincter is Candida based. ... (28 replies)
... about six years ago my skin started to itch and get really aggravated under my Scrotum and around my anus. I have seen many GP's about it and none gave any good reason for it. ... (1 replies)
... could it be
Scabies is an itchy condition of the skin caused by a tiny mite (Sarcoptes scabiei).
I only wish it were scabies. (28 replies)
... Hi, i've got an annoying itch on the anus, the scrotum, and penis. (While writing about this is uncomfortable, I think the discomfort of the ailment supersedes it) I got the problem about a year ago, it was transplanted from a lady friend, who must have had either a yeast or fungus infection. (I'm pretty sure it is one of the two, because after prescription drugs ketoconzole... (28 replies)
... Thx Muereson for describing your symptoms well enough to make me feel I'm not the only one. Has anything worked for you yet? Balmex, Vagasol or Candida? (3 replies)
... Please try Balmex for any red or raw areas.This gives that area a time to heal.You can put it on everywhere down there.Fran (3 replies)
... Dear couldusesomehelp! I have suffered for this past year with a little bit of everything,but the main problem was a yeast one.I had lenhens planus in the vagina area.Very red and raw.I went to many doctors with all types of creams,pills,lotions,etc.I couldn't keep the area dry for it to heal.Finally I thought of Balmex.What you use for babies.This white cream helped me to... (3 replies)
... Got the same problem and it has been with me for about 3 weeks. Started out on the foreskin and I put some cream on it and it went away. I thought everything was good now it's back fullblown on my foreskin, it's so red and itching and burning. As of now my rectum itches bad and it's spread to diffrent parts of my body. I have no idea of how to get rid of it or what to put on... (3 replies)
i FEEL YOUR PAIN!! lol. I'm a male that has been experiencing a crazy killer itch for years now. Funny thing is that my brother has they exact same thing. So you can rule out stds:) A little background, my dad had some "yeast" culture on his back that almost broke out in the summer so I figure the... (3 replies)
... Hola. I had exactly the same symptoms that CouldUseSomeHelp (Itch and redness in genitals, anus (and throat?)). this forum has been amazingly useful for me, because I have spent so much money seeing an urologist!. I started thinking everything should be in my mind.
My doctor told me my problem is nothing. It is caused because I am nervous. Now i started trying FLAGENASE (I... (28 replies)
... I know most think it is caused by yeast but I don't think so. I have a different approach for you to try. I had similar problems with my skin and it took me years to figure out why it was happening. Do the following for about six weeks, you'll see a big improvement, it may disappear completely.
1) When washing your clothes (and towels, everything) use only Fragrance free... (28 replies)
I am sure you have "Jock Itch," a fungus infection. There are many products at the drugstores that help. They say it comes back because people don't dry off themselves in those areas completely and leave them moist.
Moisture causes fungus.
Good Luck :eek: (28 replies)
... I m a male who has suffered many of the symptoms described on this board. Doctors dont seem to have the solution. After awhile my testicle bagan to hurt, and the anal itch got worse, eventually my libido began to diminish. Symtoms kept getting worse. Tried everything. I finally just recently tried THREELAC. Almost all symptoms have dissapeared with minimal dietary... (28 replies)
... In regard to the symptoms several people have been describing that are consistent with candida, I think the magnesium suggestion is likely to be a dead end. I've had this problem for over a year, and am able to suppress it (but not kill) it using clotrimazole cream. I've been taking an excellent magnesium supplement (with the silly name "Natural Calm") for months now, which... (28 replies)
... Hi Anna:
I am having the same problem for years and visited different doctors, used a number of medicine, but nothing seems working.
Could you please send me the web links u've mentioned also the results of magnesium.
Thanks (28 replies)
... Hello Everyone :wave: ,
My name is Anna and I have this very same problem. In my online research, I've come upon something that I think might be of help :bouncing:
I'm researching the possibility that this itching, burning, yeast problem is a symptom of a deficiency of magnesium. Also, a low level can cause a myriad of problems, including hypertension and diabetes.... (28 replies)
... Sorry to hear your condition... I know, I have it too... However I've managed to live with it for 10 years! Although the quality of my life has suffered greatly, and it has and continues to threaten my marraige. I've spent thousands on doctors and products. So far, no luck...
I actually no longer believe this is a "skin" problem. I think it is something else that is... (28 replies)
... update: still no cure found, have used the following: ketoconzole 1.5 mths, clortrimazole 1.5 months, noticeable improvement (barely noticing itch), however three days after cessation of use of drugs, noticeable return of itch. nystatin is similarly effective. drying powder non-medicated, effective for long-term treatment of symptoms, not a cure though. have searched for... (28 replies)
... Tea tree oil at approx. 12% in a mineral oil ethylene glycol gel, did not work. Back to talcum powder. Anyone with a cure? Please note. (28 replies)