Does Hiv Cause Chest And Neck Rashes

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Red,Itchy bumps on face, neck and chest

I've been taking Truvada+Reyataz+Norvir for 3 weeks and now I developed red, itchy bumps on the face, neck and chest areas. They really bothered me so much. I called my doctor and he told me to stop taking Reyataz+Norvir but I am still taking...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
...some other condition. Truvada alone is not recommended for treatment and ritonavir/atazanavir does not often directly cause a rash such as you are experiencing. KH Read more »

Stop takng the meds but rash is still there

It's me again! thank you for answering my question. I have seen my doctor and he order to stop... Read more »

please describe Acute Retrovirus Seroconversion rash that you have seen.

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Herpes Zoster (Shingles)

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Mycobacterium Avium Complex (MAC)

...from improved immune function (increases in CD4+ cell counts). It involves fevers and the growth of lumps usually around the neck or spine. The drug prednisone can reduce these symptoms. Over time, these people still benefit from anti-HIV... Read more »
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What Are the Symptoms of HIV and AIDS?

...Possible Symptom of Flu? Possible Symptom of Acute HIV? Fever Yes Yes Chills Yes Yes Night sweats Yes Yes Rashes Yes Yes The only time you're likely to develop any symptoms of HIV is during the "acute" phase, which... Read more »
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