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Getting itching and redness on butt area and testicles area. What could be the reason?

I went to bee no problems. I woke up and my butt cheeks are a bright red and insanely itchy and burns a little. Wierd thing is that the top of my butt the redness follows the seem of my underwear line and stop at the bottom of my butt cheeks. Also just under my testicles around my scrotum is starting to get the same itch but just slightly
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have developed Jack Itch or Ringworm infection.This is mostly due to improper hygiene. Wash your groin and scrotum with warm water and apply Mecanozole gel twice daily This is available over the counter..Take proper care of personal hygiene and wash your inner wares in hot water mixed with antiseptic solution like Dettol..

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