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Apr 29, 2011
Took martial arts in the evening. Sweated alot. Went home got undressed and went to bed. Woke up with a rash on bicep (looked like heat rash, redish not raised, three inch patch). It was NO where else. I may have even slept on that arm. Put aveeno moisturizing cream on it after shower. Thirty minutes later it was gone. This was 8.4 weeks after a condom protected exposure. Girl also put lips on penis to give BJ and I told her NO.
Is this an ARS rash?
I read its to late to be ARS and that a rash must be bilateral and slightly raised / bumpy? (both sides)
Thanks for everything you do!!!!!
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Is this an ARS rash? Nope!
True, it only took me a few moments to respond. However, multiple those few moments by a gazillion and you'll begin to realize why I can't respond to every query. You actually already answered your own question ("too late to be a ARS . . . rash is bilateral and slightly raised/bumpy"). Besides, your HIV risk was essentially a non-exposure, assuming the latex condom was used appropriately and didn't break. But you knew this already as well, didn't you? Of course you did.
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