Skin and Early HIV
Aug 26, 1999
Hey Doc, Couple of quick questions for you? In first year or so of infection are their any skin problems you see in the majority of your patients! Im negative sice my last test in january but notice some brown round skin marks on legs. Is this a early concern! Only exposres since then were protective vaginal intercoarse with a couple of girls at local oriental spa. Thanks
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Other than a transient rash during acute infection, in early chronic disease, skin conditions unless already preexisting, are not common. MH
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