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    annoying problem

    Ok, so it started out as razor burn I thought. But pretty sure its jock itch now. I work in a kitchen so I go from sweating my ass off to nothing every couple hours. Ive googled this and everythin brings me going to the doc. Which I plan on, but doc is super busy and might not get in this week. Plus its sunday today. So im asking here cause im sure many of us have had this issue before. So far I have tried, gold bond powder and lotion. Lotimin, and cortisone. It gives temp relief but not going away. Getting real annoying at this point. And fo those who will say maybe its STD....lol..well only been with my fiancÚ the last 2.5 yrs. So unless shes messing around its not that. Its on the "underneath" side of things.

    Anyone have any other suggestion to get me by until I see a doc. All google searches say go to the doc for jock itch issues. But has gven me no other help at all.

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    Learned this from an old timer I worked construction with, and if you work in a kitchen you should be set.

    Just use straight corn starch! It'll keep your boys drier than any powder on the market. Just re apply as necessary, but a couple times a day was all I ever needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dpyle View Post
    Learned this from an old timer I worked construction with, and if you work in a kitchen you should be set.

    Just use straight corn starch! It'll keep your boys drier than any powder on the market. Just re apply as necessary, but a couple times a day was all I ever needed.

    +1... a buddy of mine is a chef and he does this when it gets really hot.

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    And egg yolks. Paste egg yolks all over your inner thighs and your nads.

    Do it.

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    Lol yeah done the corn starch thing too. Thats more for "chaffing". This is more of a rash.

    And aust..trying the egg yolks now...ill pm ya a pic lol

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    have u tried lamisil

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    If cornstarch isn't helping you may need to take a few days off work, get a dry anti fungal spray, and hang around the house with the boys swinging in the wind. That way everything stays nice and dry while the fungicide does its work. After that I would make sure to use some type of powder to keep them dry while at work.

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    Going to try lamisil....

    And havent thought of fungal spray....same for athletes foot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sfla80
    Going to try lamisil....

    And havent thought of fungal spray....same for athletes foot?
    Yeah. That's what lamisil and lotramin are. Simply anti fungal creams, but seeing as fungi grow in warm moist environments the creams can be a bit counter productive in my experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dpyle View Post

    Yeah. That's what lamisil and lotramin are. Simply anti fungal creams, but seeing as fungi grow in warm moist environments the creams can be a bit counter productive in my experience.
    Thank you sir

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    yep lamisil is a fungal spray...shit u can use both...just rub the cream in then spray and let dry

    had ringworm on my foot long time ago....cleared it up nice

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    Try Zeasorb-AF

    It's a super absorbent anti fungal powder. Smells terrible but works wonders when needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevtrev View Post
    Try Zeasorb-AF

    It's a super absorbent anti fungal powder. Smells terrible but works wonders when needed.
    American product?

    On my way to get lamisil now

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    Go get Monistat or a similar feminine product, strong anti-fungal in it. I tend to get athlete's foot and jock itch a lot and someone mentioned getting on a probiotic. I got a 50 billion probitotic and haven't had either one since!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWaffle21 View Post
    Go get Monistat or a similar feminine product, strong anti-fungal in it. I tend to get athlete's foot and jock itch a lot and someone mentioned getting on a probiotic. I got a 50 billion probitotic and haven't had either one since!
    Awesome good stuff. Just tried a spray, put on my knees it was burning so bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sfla80 View Post
    Awesome good stuff. Just tried a spray, put on my knees it was burning so bad.
    LOL sounds like fun. Never had anything like that and when I have gotten a little to warm in the nether regions I just use good old baby powder.

    Dont give up on the spray, it's probably burning for a reason.

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