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1.5 years of itchiness in testicles, anus and urethral opening - (STD's negative)

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  • Posted By: torrent
  • September 13, 2010
  • 04:53 PM

I have been suffering with itchiness for over a year and a half with no diagnosis and unable to find ANYONE with my symptoms.

To make a long story short - I had a 1 time sexual encounter with a sex worker and my world went to pieces. I also started a new job and was dressing different, I would take my under shirt, tuck it into my underwear, then put on my dress shirt for work, it helped with how the shirt laid.

Regardless, deodorant was accumulating all over the area, as it dried and fell down my shirt and clumped on the testicles (Sure brand). Being white and all over the area I thought it was an STD. Took my 3 weeks to put it together and stop wearing my shirt like this.

What ever the cause, it has led to a life of discomfort. I took looks of antibiotics (too much actually) and was negative for the following....

Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis, HIV, herpes (3 tests total), Blood work normal, had physical came back normal, urine tests. Even an HPV urine test from MDlabs.

One naturalpathic doctor things its candida from all the antibiotics, and I should stay away from all sugars etc.

Its basically an invisible itching with zero visible symptoms.

Has anyone ever heard of anything like this?
Please any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • It could well be Candida, or a serious yeast buildup that has broken into your system. What country are you living in?I am not saying it is the case, but you should cut out sugars (it's not that hard) and possibly even carbs.Try the medication Diflucan and see how you react.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 13, 2010
    • 07:45 PM
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  • Check for parasites. There are 4 pathways through which we can get infected and they are not normally tested for: * Via food or water which are sources of the roundworm, amoebae, giardia. * Via a vector - the mosquito is a carrier of dog heartworm, filaria, malaria; the flea is a carrier of dog tapeworm; the common housefly transmits amebic cysts; the sand fly carries leishmaniasis. * Via sexual contact where partners can transmit trichomonas, giardia, amoebae. * Through the nose and skin where pinworm eggs and Toxoplasma gondii can be inhaled from contaminated dust, hookworms, schistosomes, and strongyloides can penetrate exposed skin and bare feet.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 14, 2010
    • 00:30 PM
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