Symptomatic treatment is aimed at relieving itching. Quite quickly, but not completely, it passes after using the Fenistil antihistamine gel ; other ointment for itching can also be used . Oral medications are also prescribed - antihistamines .
In accordance with the diagnosis, topical agents are used:
Etiological treatment requires parasitic and fungal diseases. The parasite benzyl benzoate (in the form of an ointment or cream) is used in the treatment of scabies; there is also an aerosol for scabies . Pubic lice are disposed of with Permethrin and other lice ointments .
Oral anthelmintics should be used against pinworms, such as Piperazine adipate or Helmintox (Pyrantel) tablets.
Fungal infections respond best to local and systemic antimycotics, which, in detail:
It is recommended to additionally take antioxidant vitamins (A, C and E) and B2.
For some diseases that cause itching of the scrotum in men, physiotherapy treatment is possible - Physiotherapy for dermatitis and dermatosis .
Alternative medicine and homeopathy
In some cases, alternative treatment can help:
With fungal infections and genital warts, it is suggested to fight with a paste of fresh garlic with the addition of olive oil (apply to the affected area for a couple of hours twice a day); natural apple cider vinegar, cranberry juice, aloe juice and tea tree essential oil.
In case of skin irritation of the scrotum, natural honey and sea buckthorn oil can be used.
With a fungal infection, herbal treatment includes applying juice from fresh celandine, as well as using licorice root: it is crushed into powder, mixed with water to a slurry state and boiled for 10 minutes. The agent is applied to the skin for a quarter of an hour twice a day.
Homeopathy offers antifungals such as Petroleum, Silicea, Graphites, Sepia and Thuja. And with the defeat of the fungus Candida - Borax and Helonias. If itching is associated with eczema, homeopaths recommend Sulfur, Hepar sulphuris, Lycopodium clavatum and Natrum Muriaticum.