Burning scrotum syndrome, more commonly known as scrotum burning sensation or red scrotum syndrome, is a syndrome that results from a burning sensation experienced in the scrotal area. Red scrotum syndrome is generally characterized by a persistent redness of the scrotum that sometimes spreads to the base of the penis. Often, the scrotum has a persistent itching or burning sensation that can lead to peeling of the skin on the scrotum. Scrotum burning sensation can vary in severity and is considered to be a form of erythromelalgia. Erythromelalgia is a disorder characterized by a warmth, redness and burning pain to the extremities.
Red Scrotum syndrome
Red Scrotum Syndrome
Posted 3 years ago , 4 users are following. Yesterday I had unprotected sex with a girl for the first time in my life. A couple of hours afterwards I noticed that my testicles were a bit redder than usual. Now the day after they are still a bit red and kind of itch, they don't itch constantly but every now and then. Apart from that nothing else is abnormal. Any ideas on what it could be?
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Red Scrotum Syndrome Symptoms, Causes, Contagious, Cure
Having a constant urge to scratch an itchy scrotum can be an embarrassing problem for many men. The skin folds around the scrotum and the warm moist environment in the groin create an environment where germs easily flourish. In many cases, a bacterial or fungal infection is to blame for the itching around your testicles. However, sometimes the itching in your scrotum could be a symptom of a more serious ailment. Getting rid of an annoying itch from your testicles is usually possible by using some effective home remedies.
Hi, I am very concerned about a condition, or several conditions, coming together to cause what appears to be an unusual problem, Red Scrotum Syndrome. I have a bright red to dark red or purple scrotum. This condition has coincided with acute epididymitis associated with the left testicle and persistent fungal infection of the crotch jock itch. The scrotum itself is not tender, dry or scaly.