Are Blisters A Symptom Of HIV
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAre Blisters and Canker sores a symptom of HIV with in the 4 week of exposure or can they occur through out ? Im getting a small canker sore again i had one 3 days ago and they are my first two canker sores in years lol so im jw if they are a... Read more »
Posted by beatofmyheart, 4 RepliesDiagnosed with HIV back in early 2011.
Since early August this year I've been having off and on appearances of weird single pimple like bumps on my inner groin area. They were exclusively on the right side at first, and then as of the past 2 weeks... Read more »
Posted by Anonymousfirst off, this forum is really informative and a great place. i've posted several questions and having a hard time getting through to my six months test. i tested at 4 weeks and at 8 weeks and both were negative(elisa test). at 3 weeks i had some... Read more »
Posted by worriedbutwell, 1 Replyhi everyone, thanks for reading this.
about two months ago, a blister formed on the top of my left big toe. i quickly popped it and a clear liquid released. however, it hasn't healed yet and looks like a big mosquito bite. doesn't hurt or... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHey there, I wanted to try and make a conclusion about my incident that many of u are familiar with already. Please try to comprehend and help me in this situation, as it has been reeally stressing and depressing for me. My main worry was not the... Read more »
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Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramHi. Thank you for your question. Your risk of infection for HIV was low,even under the circumstances mentioned in your question. This is because itwas unlikely that you were exposed to his blood or semen. However, you wereat possible risk for... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineSkin problems are common in the general population and more common in HIV+ patients. Most of the skin problems seen in HIV patients are not due to opportunitistic infections or caused by HIV medications but there are many possibilities that often... Read more »
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