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White patches on scrotum, Habits of scratching my scrotum in past. Is it a type of STD?

Hi, Since about the age of 14 I ve had a habit of scratching my scrotum , this is mostly after i play sport but also sometimes when the area is dry and not even that itchy. Im now in my early 30 s and I have white patches on my scrotum below my penis . Im sure they are a result of years of habitual scratching. I doubt it a type of STD as I had never had sex before it started. there is also no pain at all unless I have scratched too hard. Im 32 of good health. Any advice on this would be very much appreciated. thank you.
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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Hi white patches on the scrotum are defnitely due to excessive is a kind of leukoderma.i do not think it is a std.
First treat the itching part by atarax 25 mg at night.antibiotic twice daily and application of moisteriser daily.once itching is controlled apply momate ointment in the morning and tacroz forte ointment in the night can cure the white spots
Answered: Fri, 27 Dec 2013
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