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Re: Jock Itch That Won't Go Away!
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Re: Jock Itch That Won't Go Away!

Hi iolite.

Thanks for the tips. I will certainly try what you have suggested as I have pretty much tried everything pharmaceutical. I live in London, England and even bought some extra strong butenafine hydrochloride imported from America, a new ingredient in Lotormin Ultra I believe. Just doesn't help and at times makes it worse. The only thing that has helped is putting miconazole body powder down there, altough this gives me long relief, the itch really wins at the end of the day. This is definitely something fungal right?

This is such an irritating thing I have and it is really starting to affect the quality of my life. I find myself getting very irritable and snappy as I am constantly feeling the burn, itching, tingling sensation down there. I have noticed that it really kicks in when I am sitting down for long periods at work, by about 2 - 3pm, like clock-work, I get this burning prickly sensation above my penis in my pubic hair that becomes so uncomfortable that I have to get up and walk around.

If this is fungal, why would I feel a lot better after exercise, also why would I get the sensation only as I warm up and not when I am sweaty down there? I am due to get married soon, arranged type of marriage and I am petrified that I am going to pass something on to her. The doctors keep sending me a way with creams that cost me more and more money, but to no avail. I have also been prescribed Fluconazole tablets, but yet this mysterious problem persists. I am constantly trawling the internet looking for similar problems, but the forums always seem to end with no result. I have even tried changing my eating habits and probiotics.

If anyone else is male and has a similar issue, please get in touch.

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