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Old 06-11-2014, 12:19 AM   #21
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Old 06-11-2014, 01:43 AM   #22
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Oh it was good old fashion jock itch ... I though it was just a heat rash at first. I work outside and sweating my off in jeans just made it worse. The cream actually kept it too moist. I always keep trimmed up but I had to go full bald eagle and used the spray. It took about a week but it finally went away after almost a month and half. I had some steroid cream from the last time I got it when I went to Vegas (doctor said the change from wet to dry back to wet) but like I said it made it worse.

I liked the smooth feeling on my ball sack so much I just keep it shaved now. Took a while for the wife to get use to it but she came around.
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I've never had jock itch, but I've been bic'ing my weekly for over a decade.

Heat rash I get on my taint every trackday if I don't hit it with this body glide stuff (or standard deodorant in a pinch).
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I've never had jock itch, but I've been bic'ing my weekly for over a decade.

Heat rash I get on my taint every trackday if I don't hit it with this body glide stuff (or standard deodorant in a pinch).



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This thread has degenerated to the level of vaginal mesh implant and bladder sling commercials on TV :/
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I recommend the heat out from cycle gear. I use the long sleeve and long pants. Keep me cool and its much easier to get in and out of the suit.
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For those who travel day-of, you wear your compression gear on the way or put it on when you get there?
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wear it to bed the night before, helps the body get used to it.
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wear it to bed the night before, helps the body get used to it.
lulz. funny.

I just wore them there. Glad I didn't have to worry about changing into them.
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It's ok to be moist with antifungal lol...the equate clotrimazole knocks that funk away in a day or two....just gotta get used to that greasy feel for a day or two...its best to apply just before you go to bed.


I agree smooth is the way to go. Learning how to keep it that way without a weekly bloodbath was a learning process....

norelco total body groomer and her shavign cream in the shower works great

also, wash your gym bag lol
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It's ok to be moist with antifungal lol...the equate clotrimazole knocks that funk away in a day or two....just gotta get used to that greasy feel for a day or two...its best to apply just before you go to bed.


I agree smooth is the way to go. Learning how to keep it that way without a weekly bloodbath was a learning process....

norelco total body groomer and her shavign cream in the shower works great

also, wash your gym bag lol
Jeez, bloodbath? Mach 3 + Edge (sensitive skin) shave gel = no problems.
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