Scrotum became very dry and flakes off. Had unprotected sex. Could this be a symptom of STD?
It's not STD. It is skin irritation.
I strongly believe that you don't have any form of STDs. From what you have discussed from your query I believe you have skin irritation from shaving and the new cream that you used irritated your skin.
I would suggest stopping any cream at the moment and wash with water and mild soap twice a day. Regular soap may aggravate the irritation and prolong the healing of your skin lesion. A mild moisturizer will also help with the flaking and dryness of the scrotal skin. Also please do not scratch the itch because it will bleed further.
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