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Highly doubtful.
Just put some vaseline on it several times a day until it stops being dry.
In the future, keep in mind that jock itch should be treated with over-the-counter antifungal preparations specially designed for that purpose.
Options would include miconazole, clotrimazole, Lamisil AT, or Lotrimin AF.
If these don't work, you can see a doctor and get a stronger, prescription antifungal medication in pill form.

The fact that you previously treated your problem (which is fungal in nature) with cortisone, which is not an antifungal, makes me wonder if perhaps the problem is not entirely gone. maybe that's why you're having these dryness issues now.

If Vaseline doesn't significantly reduce the dryness in several days, I'd recommend picking up one of the above-mentioned jock itch treatments at your local drugstore, and treating the problem with that to see if it goes away.

Best of luck.





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