Ongoing jock itch

I need brohelp bros. About 6mo ago, I came down with some wicked jock itch. No biggie, I’ve had it before. I’ll just take some prescription cream and keep the area dry, right?
I went to the dermatologist about three months ago. He said it looks good, but just to leave it alone. I left it alone and it came back. I can’t remember if it was here or elsewhere on the net, but I read someone said to buy antifungal soap for your shower, and then after you’ve dried off, apply coconut oil.
I’ve done all that. I’ve tried Vaseline, coconut oil and olive oil, not to mention about three different types of creams. I’m seeing the dermatologist again in a week, but my shit is looking seriously red, wrinkly and cracked like never before. What can I do at this point? It’s been six months. What do you guys think the Dermatologist is going to do? Give me a shot of some sort? If you’ve ever had jackets for this long, what did you do to get rid of it? I want my balls back bros

  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Bro, get the cream that’s used to keep your feet dry. It’s at any pharmacy. Rub that all over your balls and you’ll be good.

    No lie, I got that shit on my face, wasn’t even on my cockenballs, I went for a prescription and doc told me it would be 2 weeks. Given that I was living in Florida at the time and had no car, bicycling everywhere, the humidity and sweat kept my hopes for a speedy recovery low.

    Anyways, I went to buy foot powder for my vibrams to keep them from stinking, and the guy at the checkout told me to buy the cream instead, and said to trust him. I put two and two together (jock itch thrives in humid environments, and that cream keeps things dry) and decided to put it on my face, too. It healed in two days. And the guys name was “Miracle” btw, I shit you not. God is great

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Do you remember the brand?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        I can’t remember. Just go to a pharmacy and look / ask for a cream meant to keep your feet dry. Any cream that promotes dryness should work. Good luck itchy-balls anon

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Do you remember the brand?

      I usually get it bad in the summer and don’t have to worry about it in the winter. Just go to Walmart and get the can that says jock itch spray. It’s the same stuff you use on your feet for feet fungus. All you do if spray the area twice a day until the can runs out. Then it should clear up by then. Try to keep that area dry

      wash yourself with epsom salt whilst exfoliating your skin. Dry the area, and change your clothes to be loose and airy. I personally recommend freeballing, as it keeps you from getting jock itch. Consume anti-inflammatory foods in the meantime to aid healing, alongside higher amounts of iodized salt. Lastly, if you have access to NAC powder- not pills- consume high doses of it alongside kefir. Your immune system will thank you, and your nuts will be fungus-free. This is a final imperative- only wear natural fabrics. NO SYNTHETICS. EVER. I don't have to explain why.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Like the other anon, I walk about 8 miles a day in the heat. I do eat a lot of sugar though, so I can cut down on that and I wear basketball shorts under my work shorts, because I feel like they give me more room than boxers if you know what I mean. I’m going to cut down on the sugar and start wearing only cotton boxers. Should I use a blow dryer to dry my balls?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >anti-inflammatory foods
        What are good examples of these?

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I usually get it bad in the summer and don’t have to worry about it in the winter. Just go to Walmart and get the can that says jock itch spray. It’s the same stuff you use on your feet for feet fungus. All you do if spray the area twice a day until the can runs out. Then it should clear up by then. Try to keep that area dry

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    coconut oil
    it kills germs but allows your bodies natural fauna to live

    i walk 8+ miles a day in 100 degree weather
    if i skip a shower even one day my shit gets slimy anon

    trust me it takes 3-4 days for the itch to get nuked - also STOP shaving there in the folds the stubble scratches and chafes

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      I’m pretty sure I do the same thing as you for a living. I’ve tried coconut oil. Didn’t work. What kind of underwear are you wearing when doing all that walking in the heat?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        coconut oil
        it kills germs but allows your bodies natural fauna to live

        i walk 8+ miles a day in 100 degree weather
        if i skip a shower even one day my shit gets slimy anon

        trust me it takes 3-4 days for the itch to get nuked - also STOP shaving there in the folds the stubble scratches and chafes

        Stop lying to the gas company about what the meter says

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Mail carrier

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    my housemate's sock got into my underwear washing, has given me something similar to what you've described. i used an antiseptic cream on the area like 5 times a day, went away pretty fast. why are you using an oil?

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    How often do you wash your towel, buy anti fungal laundry wash and add it to your washing, do you also have athletes foot?

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dude I had jock itch for almost 2 years and never bothered taking care of it, it was all over my ass, and under my balls, then I got one of this bottles and went away after a couple months of using it every day. Get the spray not the cream, spraying it is much easier than rubbing cream all over the place.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      In all honesty, I’ve been kind of lazy about mine too

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, I was depressed during that time and was doing a lot of drugs. I was sleeping in a bed bug ridden mattress and all, it was bad, thank god I got my shit together.

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    As someone who had to deal with this a few weeks back let me give you some actual advice.

    Any sort of anti fungal wash + talcum powder. Trust me this shit worked like a miracle. When I had it, I literally could not sleep due to the exteme itchiness of my balls so I took a shower and found an anti fungal shampoo (nizoral) which I used to thoroughly wash the entire zone with and wash off. I did 2 passes just to be safe. As soom as you dry off with a clean towel, use talcum powder all around the area to keep it completely dry. I appload it all around the region about 3 times, again, just to be on the safe side. This is to ensure that there is no moisture in the area so that it is extremely difficult for the bacteria and fungus to multiply as that is what causes it in the first place. Once that's done, wear something that allows ventilation to your balls so that they can breathe and because it also feels nice. I kid you not, I didn't feel a single bit of discomfort 10 minutes after that shower.
    You're welcome.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      The dermatologist, said not to use talcum, but fuck it. I need my balls back so I’ll try this. Thanks broanon

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