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SPOTS
Nov 27, 2000

I am HIV+ since '95. No current meds, VL 40,000 CD4 560. Over the last few years I have little brown spots like moles size of an eraser head. I have 2 on my leg, 1 on my back and thigh. What could they be? no itching, little raised on one spot. My boyfriend died of KS, he had no spots. Any knowledge on this?

Response from Dr. Feinberg

You need to see a skin doctor for an accurate diagnosis. Good luck.


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