I'm not sure what the white substance was, but it seems likely that what you have now is chafing and irritation rather than yeast or fungus. I suggest you try over-the-counter 1% hydrocortisone cream twice a day for 10 days, along with good lubrication during sex. If that doesn't take care of it, a visit to a skin doctor might be useful.
I appreciate the prompt response. Will chaffing continue to be re-aggravated by the exposure to moisture that occurs with intercourse and does that explain why the condition seems to flare after sexual activity. I am hoping to rule out the possibility of an allergic reaction or a serious medical condition. Thanks
I followed your advice with the hydrocortisone cream and the condition improved. Unfortunately every time after intercourse the quarter size raw itchy patch returns and the problem starts over again. The itch is intense and the area is inflamed red and puffy. This only seems to happen after intercourse. Please advise if this sounds like anything serious and how I should treat. Thanks
maybe your wife has a candida or some yeast infection. Does she itch too?
have you tried different brand condoms?
maybe you can do a little experiment to rule out the condoms- have sex without condom and stop half way before ejaculating, and see if the red itch comes back.
also, antifungals are supposed to be used for 1-2 weeks or longer, not just 3 days. You might have seen it subside for a short time, only to flare up again.
You might be allergic to the product. Which would cause this problem. Try another form of lube.