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HIv 2 small rashes
      #157039 - 07/11/05 03:54 AM

I had a positive eliza for HIV 2 indeterminate in February, retested in April positive Eliza negative Western blot. Im not @ risk only 3 partners in my life but im still very worried, my doctor tells me its so rare its highly unlikely that I would have it. But now I keep getting this really small rashes on upper arms, they dont ich or hurt I only notice them because ever since the test ive been looking for things to be wrong with. I dont have any other signs are small rashes on the arm a sign of infection, also how accurate is the Western Blot vs Eliza, ive already tested negative for HIV ! on both

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      #157097 - 07/12/05 07:38 AM

you keep focusing on potential things wrong with you and i guarantee your mind will direct your body to produce things you can worry about. Our minds are very powerful. I think you'd be much better off if instead of focusing on feeling bad, you focus your energies on the good things in your life and feeling good. You love yourself, right ?? That's why you always use protection, right ?? Trust your doctor. Be kind to yourself & love yourself. Always use protection. do you know that WORRY SAPS THE STRENGTH. You'd better serve yourself and the world if you perhaps focused your energies on others instead of yourself


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