16 thoughts on “Chafed Skin On Scrotum

  1. My husband has a dry scabbed patch of skin on his scrotum? What’s wrong?
    He noticed it earlier today-it’s scabby, has dried blood and is a bit red. It’s just a patch of skin which he says doesn’t itch. What could it be and how can he treat it?

    • probably him trying to shave his balls but failing if not its probably chafing from funning or somting like that it happened to me but its normal the sids that happens as long as its not filled with puss then its fine

  2. Do you agree that people are now wanting to be a Navy Seal for the wrong reasons?
    The nonsense being asked all over the internet and at schools or where ever is just asinine. Now everyone wants to become a Navy Seal, even more then before just because what they did to Osama. I know men that wanted to be Marines, Soldiers, what ever. Now want to become Navy Seals! I know they and other people want to become Seals now for the wrong reasons. This is just ridicules.

    • That’s because the media is portraying the whole thing as if it were a movie.

      Not nearly as many people would want to join if they knew that during training they would end up being so cold that they would beg the guy next to them to urinate on them, or that during hell week one of the most painful and surprisingly common problems is to have the skin on your scrotum chafed off by the sand rubbing between your legs as you run. They certainly aren’t highlighting the 95% divorce rate, or the psychological toll that comes with always having to be ready to pack up and go to war at any moment.

      The news is showing a movie. The reality is not as glamorous.

  3. What can cure chafing between the scrotum and the butt?
    After using the restroom and wiping myself, I always end up with bleeding between my scrotum and my butt. How do I cure this?

    • It’s called washing and drying yourself properly. You may be wiping too little or too much.
      Too little – can cause rash because you’re not clean enough and it itches.
      Too much – scrubbing your skin too much.
      If you aren’t eating right – like roughage – it means you are bound up and that causes bleeding.
      Eat right!
      Wash your butt!
      Dry your butt!
      Wipe it better!
      Wipe it less!
      You know the answer better than anyone.

  4. I have a very personal problem and could do with a hand?
    My bullsack keeps sticking to my legs , and every time i pull it off it removes skin on my legs, what should i do people ?

    • There are different options… I would see a doctor for some help because it sounds much more serious than just normal chafing… If you ARE in fact, chafing, you can go to the drug store or the nearest store around that sells Anti-chafing lotion. If you don’t want to see a doctor or apply any lotion, I suggest wearing briefs or boxer briefs, in place of regular boxers. It could be possible that your clothes are too tight as well, so maybe you should wear looser clothing, but I really reccomend wearing boxer briefs or regular briefs. Since your scrotum keeps coming in contact with your bare leg, keep them both separated by clothes. Your skin won’t be able to cling onto your clothes.

      Hope this all helps(:

  5. what is the pain near my groin?
    I started having pain on the left side of my groin area the past few days. When walking normally I rarely notice it. However when I move or twist in a way that pulls my balls at all, I get this bad pain in the right side of my groin. This might be to TMI but when I pull my scrotum myself I definitely feel the pain. But the pain isn’t in my testicales but rather above in the groin area. could it be a hernia? Will I likely need surgery?

  6. What could be the cause of his itch?
    my boyfriend is experiencing an itchy scrotum with no signs of rash. He says it’s worse after we have sex if he doesn’t wash right away.

    I’ve been checked out at the doctor nd I don’t have any infections or stds.
    what could be the cause of this?

    • The most common reason is ill-fitting underwear or pants. Clothing that is too tight can cause the skin to chafe and itch. . Bacterial infections are fairly common and are often some form of thrush or yeast. In other cases, eczema or a chronic dry skin problem can be at the root of the itchiness. Make sure he keeps tat area clean and washes with a gentle soap. See a doctor if his symptoms persist. Good luck!

  7. My Husband Has Sweaty Balls or Hyperhydrosis And Told Me Hes Not Going To See A Dr. How Do I Convince Him To?
    My Husband Has Hyperhidrosis (Sweaty Stank Balls)

    This is a problem that makes his balls sweaty, sticky and stanky.

    I thought we agreed that he would see a doctor for this problem but now it seems like hes backing out of it. How do I convince him that it is the right thing to do?

    • Actually, it’s truncular hyperhidrosis that he has.

      What Are Sweating Testicles?

      Sweaty balls are when your testicles sweat and then rub against the inside of your thighs. When scrotum skin becomes moist, then it will drag itself across any touching surfaces and eventually 2 small spots on the inside of your thighs will start to rub and become raw and painful.

      How Can You Stop Sweating Testicles?

      The scrotum is sensitive skin so I don’t recommend using any kind of antiperspirant on them, even a medical grade one. The last thing you want is an itchy or burning sensation down there!

      Your groin will start to sweat as soon as you get out of the shower so finish your shower with colder water to reduce any sweating to a minimum.

      Next, put a light dusting of talc onto the inside of your thighs. No doubt you know the exact spot to apply the talc to.

      Wear cotton underwear – very important.

      Avoid loose fitting boxer shorts. Instead, wear snug boxer shorts or briefs. These will prevent your scrotum from touching the insides of your thighs.

      Don’t shave your balls. Although this might help reduce sweating it will also increase the chafing of the skin, which is the outcome we are trying to avoid.

      Wash thoroughly. Most people do not give this area enough attention and bacteria and sweat can remain even after soaping. Wash the area thoroughly with soap and rinse and then reapply the soap and rinse again. Use very warm water but remember to finish your shower with colder water, as explained earlier.

      Wash after any exercise or activity. I once made the mistake of travelling an hour by plane and not showering when I hit the hotel. I just wanted to experience this new city straight away. 3 hours later on a summer afternoon I paid for that with extreme pains and difficulty walking! I highly recommend you wash after any activity such as the extended walking while I was travelling.

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