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Characterizations of candida infections

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I hooked up with a friend. didnt use condom she is trusting. well after that day she developed a yeast infection and 1 day later i developed somthing. THe skin below the head of the penis was peeling and it hurt were it peeled and that was all at first. That has recently stoped there is no pain or peeling or anyhting on the penis and i have a rash looking thing on my right inner thigh. its red (doesnt ich) just hurts a little when rubbed with white little pimple looking things that wont pop. ive been using anti fungal cream for 3 days now cause of reasearch i did online said i should try it. so my question is. is it yeast infection? jock ich? rash? or what and should i keep using the anti fungal cream? thanks (o ps. im a big guy but never ever had any rash or problems till after that)


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replied August 4th, 2010
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Hi and welcome to the forum! I am glad that I can help you.

You want to know the cause of the symptoms that you experience.

Candida infection is characterized by white or creamy spots on the genital area, and itching. If the white or creamy spots are removed the skin beneath them is red and inflamed. In the genital area as well as in other areas that are covered with hair, folliculitis may appear. This medical condition is characterized by redness of the skin around the hair follicles, local pain, possible elevation of the skin and white spots that suggest pus.

Given that data that you described, you may or may not experience fungal infection in the genital area and bacterial infection on your inner thigh. See your doctor for further diagnosis. Apply hydrogen peroxide and antibiotic cream twice a day on your inner thigh until the redness of the skin and pain disappear.

Please keep in mind that I provide medical information only. I am not able to diagnose medical conditions online. Please contact your doctor for further advice and information about diagnosis and treatment options.


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