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Sack has white skin with dandruff like particles when rubbed. What is it?

Hello, my sack left side has around 3cm whitish skin, when i rub my finger to it, white patches like dandruff apears, and on my anal place, i have mild red skin, it s itchy and painful a bit. Is it Jock itch? Is it contagious? I am trying to wash with Nizoral shampoo for 4 days now. I am washing everyday and have this problem for a long time, just started googling 4 days ago, because i suspect it won t go away on it s own. No signs of getting better, still the same. Other things : wear jeans a lot, 22 y.o male and don t wanna go to dermatologist .
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
HI ,YES I THINK U ARE SUFFERING FROM JOCK ITCH OR TINEA CRURIS.AND TINEA CORPORIS.IT IS A KIND OF FUNGAL INFECTION CAUSED BY SUPERFICIAL FUNGUS,.IT PRESENY ARETS AS ERYTHEMATOUS RASHES OVER THE GROIN OR OTHER WET AREAS LIKE PERIANAL REGION,BUTTOCKS,INFRAMAMMARY AREAS ETC.AVOID USING WET CLOTHES AND DRY THE FOLDS AFTER BATHING
IT CAN BE TREATED BY USING ATARAX 25 MG IN THE NIGHT.SEBIFIN 250 MG TABLET IN THE DAY.USE OF CANDID DUSTING POWDER IN MORNING AND FINTOP OINTMENT IN THE NIGHT CAN CURE IT
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