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Hi Dr. Ashori here.
What kind of things have they tried for him and has it been getting worse or has it stayed the same in that period of time?
Has there been any changes to the skin or does he mostly feel the burning?
So it's unlikely to be an infection.
Both of those would have treated any potential infection in the area.
Usually the most common reason for intense burning isn't an infection but allergic reaction.
I would be thinking about trying to figure out what he is reacting to, something he is using, something that is touching his skin perhaps, or something he is eating.
I would try him on some allergy medications such as either prednisone or anti-histamines such as hydroxyzine. I would also recommend a topical steroid such as triamcinolone.
Not a problem.
Really keep a good eye on if the symptoms are worse one day to the next.
Write down everything that touches his skin, any soaps or lotions or chemicals.
Then write down what he eats and correlate the symptoms together.
Best of luck.
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