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I have an itchy scrotum sack after a sexual encounter

i have an itchy scrotum sack after a sexual encounter. This started to itch a day or 2 after the encounter. It does not itch constantly, nor in the same spot, but when it does itch it itches badly. Does this have anything to do with the sexual encounter?
Asked On : Mon, 29 Aug 2011
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Anesthesiologist 's  Response
itching after the sexual activity due to secretions during sexual activity, wash genitals immidiatly after sex and dry it. if you have contant itching you or your partner may have fungal infection so consult dermatologist.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Savita Mishra's  Response
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Yes it looks associated with sexual encounter. If it is simply a scabies, as is superficial, not much risk and can be cured easily. However, your urine routine examination should be done and if there is any uretheral discharge, if should need an early intervention.
Show to a dermatologist.
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