Do You Get A Rash When Injected With Hiv
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Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesIn general, people experience symptoms related to acute HIV infection 2-4 weeks after exposure. Please see <a href=http://www.thebody.com/Forums/AIDS/SafeSex/Archive/Symptoms/Q46052.html target=_new>ARS Rash</a> for more information... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,First off, I absolutely agree with you: Injecting heroin is a stupid, stupid, stupid thing to do. Girl, what the hell were you thinking??? The estimated per-act risk for acquiring HIV from sharing works for injection-drug use with a partner... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello Chad and thanks for posting.The potential for drug-drug interactions with HIV medications can be an issue for toxicity and effectiveness. You're correct that among it's 14 herbal components, Traumeel contains St. Johns wort... Read more »
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Posted by preocupado1Ok, im a 22 year old male. had a possible HIV exposure, 5 days later I practiced oral sex on a girl and the masturbated her. 1 week after that she develped an itchy rash on neck a belly. Can someone please tell me the chances that I infected her (if... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyOK...what does the rash associated with ARS appear as? Like an allergic reaction type rash or something real severe, and spread out over the body...
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Posted by joe62, 2 RepliesHi to the wonderful people of this website. I want to narrate my story for information and advise.
I am an expat, while away to a third world country, i had a contact with a women with unknown status, and she stayed with me for two weeks, I was well... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesI was at a party injecting drugs. I shared the needle with 2 other people. Later i found out that the guy i shared the needle with was hiv positive. I know i have to get tested. Is it 100% chance that i am infected since his hiv blood went... Read more »
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