hello, i am getting over the same thing plus poison ivy all over my arms and legs, i imagine that i passed it on to my penis and scrotum after clearing my yard and then going to the bathroom right after. i found that gold bond medicated lotion works the best, I wash the area at least 3 times a day and dry do not rub, once dry apply the lotion. works well i also take benadril three times a day, i know when its time to wash and take another dose of benadril once i feel it starting to tingle. its been about 7 days now and its all starting to clear up. good luck.
hahaha i got poison ivy 2 years ago i was a little drunk and went pee in the woods and grabbed the rong leaf to wipe with a little grose i know but hey when ur drunk and gotta go u gotta go. i had it all over my labia and inner thighs i but calamine lotin on my labia and paint thinner on my thighs it cleared in a week lots of benadril for itching!
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