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Itchiness in the area between testicles and anus, no rash or dryness, eases on pinching, worsens on getting into warm area. Solution?

I started getting itching in the area between testicles and anus . No rash , no dryness. The itching seems to be from deep inside, than on the skin. Scratching the skin doesn t help, so need to pinch the area to get some relief. It typically is worse during night. Now, over the last 4 weeks, I started itching all over my body, including my palms and soles. It gets worse if I get into any warm place - like a car parked in sun or taking a hot shower. There would be a little bit of rash, along with the itching, which disappears in minutes. Not sure if the two conditions are related. What s the best course of action?
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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Hi itching in between testicles and anus can be fungal infection which is due to uncleanliness or due to excessive moisture over the area.the itching all over the body can be acute urticaria which is due to allergens like food.water or insect stings or drugs.
First one is treated with atarax 25 mg at night.terbinafine 250 mg daily once and application of sebafine ointment whereas second one is treated with atarax 25 mg at night and alaspan in the morning
Answered: Fri, 27 Dec 2013
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