I have tried everything for jock itch. Mainly, I get the burning skin on my testicles. It's weird, because it will start on one side, and then go to the other side. I also believe the underside of my penis is infected as well. I have tried every over the counter medicine, saw a dermatoligst and he gave me a steroid cream, but it still comes back. I've used Tea Tree oil, dried my testicles with a hair dryer, used shampoos, etc. This is very annoying and I would like to rid it once and for all. Please help!
dude i got the same thing im 14 and i bin having some buring in my testicles and peanis head. and is one of the symptoms small red flat dots on peanis head? cause i got that idk wtf i got it from i played truth or dare about 3 months ago could it be from that.....
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