I recently started landscaping for the summer and have been working there 5 days a week and sweat a lot when I work. a couple weeks ago i noticed what i thought to be signs of jock itch because it had the darkened reddish area around my genitals and base of my penis that was common with jock itch. i bought lotrimin powder spray and lotrimin ultra cream and have been using those on and off for the past few weeks. the reddened circle/area went away, and when I went to shave my genitals last week i noticed some smaller skin tags on my pubic area (the only way i noticed them was because I cut a few of them shaving) and a skin tag on the area between my scrotum and thigh on either side. my question is... are skin tags common with jock itch? or is it something else i should be even more worried about?
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