Apr 27, 2006
Ive read other answers but was still dying to ask you.. so i thought i'd write in.. i was accidently involved in vaginal intercourse with a hooker.. because of a condom break.. about a year ago.. i tested at about 117 days and was tested negative.. what is the percentage that a person would seroconvert after the above specified period of 117 days? also.. about one month later i developed chicken pox.. which was medically taken care of and disappeard really quickly.. is chicken pox related to hiv infection.. and about a 1 and a half months ago... i developed a sort of rash on my skin.. its on my legs.. its like sort of flaky dry skin.. with a few non-raised red spots here and there.. is this connected to hiv...? also there has been a history of Psoriasis in my family.. i just had to ask you...
Response from Dr. Frascino
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