Posted 6 years ago , 7 users are following. I used to frequent many massage parlours before the itching started and they would use baby oil on my penis, also once I used a weird looking liquid to wash my penis before a massage, I'm not even sure it was soap and it was odourless. One time I was scratching the skin broke and was a little bloody. I visited the sexual health clinic a month ago and they told me my penis was dry, so they gave me some ointment called Emulsifying Ointment BP, it helps temporararly but the itchiness comes back after a day or if I don't wash my penis for a few days, or if I masturbate. Also I am feeling pretty worried because I have had sex with 3 escorts since the itching started protected penetration and unprotected oral on me and scared I have passed something onto them. I never visit them when I am itching and I always make sure my penis is clean.
Itchy Penis Head, Shaft, Tip with Rash, Red Bumps, and Dry Skin, Treatment
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A number of conditions can cause an itchy penis. The most common causes for this condition include eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, poor hygiene, scabies, herpes, thrush or Candida infection as well as contact dermatitis, which is an allergic reaction stemming from the use of condoms. As explained above, itching on the penis may be caused by a number of reasons, some of which are infectious, non-infectious, while others are related to the hygiene techniques practiced by the man in question. Although there exists over a hundred reasons that can cause you to have an itchy penis, the most worrisome are those pertaining to sexually transmitted infections. Dry skin on the penis head and shaft is a condition that can affect men of different ages. Normally, it is the head, and the shaft that happen to be dry, although the scrotum can also be dry and itchy.
8 Reasons Your Crotch Is Itchy
Penis irritation and itchiness could look like a rash, red bumps, or blisters on the penis. An itchy penis is most commonly caused by skin infections, chemicals used in hygiene products, or a symptom of a sexually transmitted disease. Read below for more information on related symptoms, other causes, and treatment options.
You might wonder: Why is my penis itchy? Do I have an STI? How do I fix it?