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My husband has severe jock itch. he can stop ...

my husband has severe jock itch. he can stop itching. he has had this on and off for two years. he has tried many different medication. please advise us!

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Take him to a dermatologist. There are hundreds of different medications on the market. One doctor's visit may help to get the best medication.

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