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Are Those Scabies on Your Penis?: What They Are and How to Treat Them

Posted by John Dugan on Friday, October 11, 2019, In : Men's Health 

Anytime a man sees a rash on his junk, it is cause for alarm, even if it’s not a severe cause. However, how can a man tell whether he just has a harmless rash or if it’s scabies on his penis? Let’s look very closely–because they’re microscopic–at what penis scabies are, how to tell if you have them, how to get rid of them, and then how to prevent them in the future.

Scabies on the Penis: Definition and Symptoms

Scabies is a highly contagious, itchy rash on the penis caused by mic...


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Are Those Scabies on Your Penis: What They Are and How to Fix It

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, September 30, 2019, In : Men's Health 

Anytime a man sees a rash on his junk, it is cause for alarm, even if it’s not a severe cause. However, how can a man tell whether he just has a harmless rash or scabies on his penis? Let’s look very closely, because they’re microscopic, at what penis scabies are, how to tell if you have them, how to get rid of them, and then how to prevent them in the future.

Scabies on the Penis: Definition and Symptoms

Scabies is a highly contagious, itchy rash on the penis caused by microscopic mit...


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Itchy Penis: What Are Scabies Anyway?

Posted by John Dugan on Wednesday, December 20, 2017, In : Men's Health 

An itchy penis can be an occasional annoyance, requiring a discreet scratch every now and then, or it can be more aggressive, keeping a guy’s hands on his penis constantly and requiring medical attention to address it. One of the more annoying and persistent causes of an itchy penis is the presence of scabies, and guys concerned about penis health definitely will want to know more about them. What are they? Where do they come from? And most importantly, how does a guy get rid of them?

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Scabies Equals an Intensely Itchy Penis

Posted by John Dugan on Wednesday, August 9, 2017, In : Men's Health 

When a bro’s game plan is to impress a particular woman, the last thing he wants is to battle the obstacle of an uncontrollably itchy penis. Not only is a woman likely to interpret even a subtle scratching of the equipment as an indication of questionable penis health, she’s also likely to think that the guy has no self-control. And when an itchy penis is caused by scabies, she’s right on both counts. Scabies is a definite penis health issue, and the itching it causes is so intense tha...


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Itchy Penis: When Scabies Attack

Posted by John Dugan on Friday, March 17, 2017, In : Men's Health 

The goal of first rate penis health is to ensure the penis is kept in prime condition not just for sexual function but to avoid mundane day-to-day problems. Since sometimes a
"minor" problem - like an itchy penis - can be caused by something of more concern, it’s always a good idea to pay attention to things like a sore or itchy penis to see what may be causing the issue. In the case of itchiness, one cause to be considered is scabies.

A familiar name

Scabies is one of those terms th...


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When an Itchy Penis is Caused by Scabies

Posted by John Dugan on Friday, July 22, 2016, In : Men's Health 

Men who are serious about penis health (and that really should be all men) make it a habit to inspect their members and the surrounding area for anything that looks or feels out of place. That should include checking out an itchy penis to make sure that it’s not being caused by a condition that needs treatment - such as scabies. Not every itch is cause for concern, but a persistently itchy member should inspire a guy to take a close look for the cause.

What are scabies?

Scabies is one ...


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Penis Scabies – Recognizing the Signs

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, February 11, 2013, In : Men's Health 

Any man can develop penis scabies, regardless of his age, race or lifestyle. Even men who are attentive about their personal hygiene may become infected. Unfortunately, scabies will not go away without treatment, so ignoring them and hoping they will disappear on their own is not an option. Scabies symptoms are similar to those of some sexually transmitted diseases, so a professional diagnosis is needed to determine the best course of action. Recognizing the signs of a possible scabies infec...


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