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Rash/itch on penis, butthole, finger webs, and now earlobes

I just came back from a bachelor party where I indulged in alcohol, unprotected oral sex, and a bit of drugs over a few of sleepless nights in freezing cold Germany.
A few days later, I felt a slight itch between my fingers. There was a few very small round blisters there. At the same time a itchy rash developed on the shaft of my penis an balls. Now, I have warm slightly itchy earlobes with a similar rash of tiny blisters on the back of my earlobes.
Should I see a dermatologist or an STD specialist. What can it be? Is it contagious?
Thanks for your help. I have a 9month baby and am worried I'll pass something to him until this gets treated.



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4851940 tn?1515698193
Regarding your itchy private bits, if you cannot see any crabs, it is likely that you have caught Thrush (Candida Albicans).  This is a fungal infection and needs to be treated with an antifungal cream, Canesten, or Canesten HC or whatever your doctor recommends.

Do not have any sex until this gets sorted out, otherwise you will be passing it on, and then getting it back again.

4851940 tn?1515698193
Sounds as you have picked up a some bugs from your fellow sleepers.

Itchy butt - can be threadworms - you can get over the counter medicines from the pharmacist for these.

itchy skin - you may have caught impetigo which is a very contageous fungal infection and needs to be treated by antfungal creams.  Do not share any towels or pillows with anyone and do not touch your baby with the parts that are infected.

The itching in between your fingers could be scabies.  These are little mites that burrow under the skin and that's what causes the itching.  You will need a special lotion to get rid of them.  I'm not sure, but you can purchase that from the pharmacist.

As you have a baby and there seems to be a lot of contageous things going on, I would suggest you see the doctor.  If you have impetigo, you will only be able to get medication from the doctor for this.

Best wishes
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