Itchy Scrotum

by Sam
(Queens, NY, USA)

Help with itchy scrotum for years, no rash...


I want to apologize in advance for the long post but I hope to get all the facts out so that maybe you can help me identify what this issue could be.


Around 2007, I had a bad UTI that would not go away. Doctors had me on antibiotics for about two months or so because it was not going away.


Then they proclaimed that I also had prostatitis and had me on more meds.


After this point, the UTI finally cleared up but I started to get what was a jock itch in my groin folds. The doctor prescribed clotrimazole and this got rid of the jock itch/red rashes but the stupid itch never went away, it still remains to this day. So I went and got tested for all types of STDs and all came back negative.


Soon after I started having bad allergic reactions where my sinuses were really bad and had a bunch of allergy tests done. Turns out that I developed an allergy to some foods.


Then I started to break out really badly with acne all over my face and still continue to struggle with acne.


But my main concern is my scrotum itch that won't go away. I got another jock itch this year after being on antibiotics for a week for a cough. The rash went away but the itch still remains and it itches every single day.


I've tried coconut oil, tea tree oil, and a bunch of other remedies. now I'm clueless what to do. Does this sound like candida?








Hi Sam,

I'm not a doctor, but it most definitely sounds like you are suffering from Candida. I'm not just talking about the itchy scrotum symptoms, but the others as well - sinuses, UTI, jock itch, acne, etc.


All those antibiotics and medications would have destroyed most of the good bacteria in your body and allowed the candida (yeast fungus) to grow out of control. All of these symptoms are common signs of a weakened immune system and fungal overgrowth/toxins in the body.


Using the tea tree oil on the affected area is a good option when you do have an obvious jock itch/rash, but unless you get the internal overgrowth under control, you'll just continue to have trouble.


This is what I would suggest for your clearing up your itchy scrotum as well as dealing with the other concerns:

  • Herbal Fiberblend - for killing and removing the excess candida
  • Florafood - probiotics to replenish the good bacteria in your system
  • Garden Trio - to clean the toxins out of your body and boost your immune system



You may get satisfactory results with just the Herbal Fiberblend and Florafood, without the addition of the Garden Trio if you are really good with your diet, but since this has been a longstanding issue, I think you'd get much better long term results if you added that nutritional support of the Garden Trio.


Please let me know if I can be of further help.
To your good health!
Angie


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having a problem with the fiberblend already. NEW
by: Anonymous

Thank you for the reply, I have followed your advice and got the herbal fiberblend. However, I started taking it two days ago and now I'm constipated ever since. It is having the exact opposite effect on me? Can you tell me why this might be? I keep reading about how everyone says it works great but it is not working for me. I'm really not sure what to make of this!


Herbal Fiberblend Making You Constipated? NEW
by: Angie

Hi Sam,

That's very strange that the Herbal Fiberblend would make you constipated! You're right that it should not be having that affect if you are taking it correctly.


Are you using Herbal Fiberblend powder or capsules? How much HFB have you started out with? How much water are you drinking?


If you are taking the powder, you should have started out with just 1 teaspoon twice per day, and gradually increase to 1 heaped tablespoon twice per day over a couple of weeks.


ALSO, you should be drinking LOTS of water - at least 8-10 glasses per day.


As with any fiber supplement, if you aren't drinking enough water, the fiber is not going to be able to soften and bulk up properly and do the job it's meant to do.


If you aren't used to drinking a lot of water, it can be hard to get into the routine of drinking an adequate amount, but it's very important to a successful cleanse.


Every time you feel thirsty, drink a glass of water FIRST and then if you still want your cup of coffee or soft drink (whatever), you can have it, but drink the water FIRST. This will help you get enough water in each day.


Honestly, though, you'd be better off sticking with water instead of sugary drinks when you are trying to get rid of a candida/yeast overgrowth or any type of parasite. Sugar feeds the bad bacteria and parasites, so water is a good idea all around.


Let me know if upping the water intake turns it around for you.

FiberBlend NEW
by: Leeloo5lmnt

The constipation may be due to not enough fluids. Must increase water intake when adding fiber. Also can add olive tablespoon of olive oil sesame oil or sunflower oil.

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