Rash On My Genitals

by M

Do I have Candida?


About 6 months ago I developed a rash on my genitals. It didn't itch but it burned.


I was completely scared so I went to my doctor and he told me that it was eczema. Told me to apply Eucerin cream which I did but it didn't help the matter.


I have then since been to several other doctors including two dermatologists and they both gave me some cream. The rash seemed to subside a little bit but I can still definately feel the burning.


I went and got tested for HIV herpes type 1 and type 2 chlamydia syphillis gonoherrea and everything came back negative.


The last dermatologist I went to told me it wasn't serious, it was just eczema.


I have no discharge from the penis or pain while urinating just a rash on my scrotum. And I don't notice it when I'm doing things such as playing basketball or cooking, but when I'm just laying around is when I can feel it the most.


Please help.







Hi M,

It's very possible that the rash on your genitals could be candida. It is a fairly common occurrence, though generally also affects the penis rather than just the scrotum.


Since you have tested negative for the various sexually transmitted diseases, that's encouraging.


Are you continuing to be sexually active? If so, your partner may also have a yeast infection (candida) and you are continually being re-infected. If you think that may be likely, you should both treat yourselves for a yeast infection.


In your case, you can simply try the male yeast infection cure and see if it does the trick for you. The treatment is natural and should be good for your immune system regardless.


I would suggest at least using the tea tree oil topically and taking the Herbal Fiberblend and Florafood internally for cleansing and to get the possible yeast overgrowth under control.


To your good health!
Angie


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thank you
by: Anonymous

thank you very much for your comments. I know it says to change your diet and all but what kinda suggestions do u have for me in that department? Thank you for your time. And also where can I get the tree oil and the herbal fiberblend and florafood? once again thank you.

Cut out the sugar...
by: Angie

The biggest change in diet is to reduce your sugar intake. Sugar feeds candida, so you want to stop doing that.

Some people have to follow a strict candida diet and others can be a bit more lenient.

Basically, if you cut out sugar and processed foods as much as possible, that may be sufficient. There are, of course, candida diet guidelines that can give you a lot more specifics when it comes to the types of foods you should eat and those you should avoid for a while.

You can probably get tea tree oil at your local grocery or discount store (like Walmart). Otherwise you can order it online at Puritan's Pride.

Instead of using the tea tree oil straight on your sensitive skin, you may want to dilute it slightly by pouring a little olive oil in your palm and then adding several drops of tea tree before applying.

Of course if you have an extra little bottle you could just mix up a solution and keep it handy so you don't have to combine it every time. You'll want to apply it at least twice per day for a couple of weeks (even if it seems like it has gone).

Alternatively, you could just buy a small bottle of carrier oil at Puritan's Pride if that's your preference. (Apricot kernel oil, sweet almond oil, jojoba oil, grapeseed oil, and avocado oil are all common carrier oils that will work.)

The Herbal Fiberblend, Florafood, BarleyLife and other supplements are all available through this US order form for AIM products at the wholesale prices. You're not likely to find them locally.

I hope you'll report back after you've made the changes, etc., and let me know if it did the trick for you.


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