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Suffering from itchy testicles. No help with soap, shower gels. Have swab test?

My partner is suffering from itchy testicles, we have sex very often and i am a squirter which causes him to get wet during intercourse could this be the cause of his irritation? He washes his genitals after sex and showers everyday and has tryed many creams, washes, soaps and shower gels but nothing seems to be working. I dont think i have thrust (even though i understand it is possible to have without having any symtoms) but should i visit my GP and have a swab to be sure?
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that your partner is getting irritation of scrotum .This may be due to either irritation due to acidic Vaginal secretions or may be due to Ringworm infection.
Ask him to clean his private parts with warm water without soap or chemical Apply some antifungal Gel like Mecanozole twice daily.
Observe any difference if you change your position during sex..
Answered: Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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