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Night sweat, day sweat, crotch and anus irratation

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  • Posted By: injo503
  • March 4, 2010
  • 03:37 AM

When i was young i almost never sweat. I was normal temperature sensitive. If others were cold i was. If others were hot i was too. I was normal. Ever since i turned about 19 i sweat easily and am almost always hot. I also have a major irratation in my taint/anus area. No rash. Just feels sticky and irratated. Sometimes feels like i have a permanent wedgie.
Things that changed around the time this started were a climate change. I moved from California to Portland, OR where it is always raining and humid. I also started taking showers everyday. When i was a teen i almost never showered because i didnt stink. Another big change was my milk intake. I used to drink tons of milk. Then when i was 19 or so and not under my parents roof i couldnt really afford milk so much. So now i dont drink milk but do enough to possibly cause this.
I have been tested for STD's and other things. Doctors dont seem to know much. Any ideas guys? I have been living with this for about 8 years. Im now 27.

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  • Have you tried any herbs?
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies Flag this Response
  • Have you tried any herbs?What kind should i try. I took probiotic pills for awhile. And i sometimes add ground up flax to my food.
    injo503 2 Replies Flag this Response
  • In the Czech Republic, Tea antiperspirant called ”Antipot“
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies Flag this Response
  • Are you sure thats what it is called? If i search google the only thing i can find is this thread.
    injo503 2 Replies Flag this Response
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