Hiv And Armpit Rash
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Posted by Anonymous, 5 Repliesis a rash under the armpit a common ars symptom. the rash under my armpit looks to me as it is peeling.it is kind of red in color but not real dark. should i worry about this. it is happening under both of my armpits. please any answers would be... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesWHat is the HIV rash like? Dr. Bob said "papular eruption". My rash is above, on, and below my armpits. It is just red and raised skin. It itches, but I keep hydrocortizone on it, and it helps. DO I HAVE HIV? Read more »
Posted by GDog, 2 RepliesAbout 4 weeks ago I stopped a PEP regimen consisting of Nelfinavir, 3TC and 4DT after 11 days.
I stopped due to a bad rash that developed all over my body (it was hot, red and kinda scaly on my legs, arms, neck, back and some on my chest).
I started... 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 Anonymous, 2 RepliesI had an exposure 1.5 months ago with a guy that knew he was HIV + but didnt tell me anything until yesterday... I did not use a condom... I think I may have a little swelling in my armpits... Does anybody know how to identify if this is happening?... Read more »
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Harvard Medical SchoolHardly time to plan your funeral. Obviously the most important thing for you to find out is whether or not you are HIV positive. Nothing in your note suggests to me that you have nephrotic symptoms; I'm not sure why you jumped to that... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineA negative HIV test 2 weeks after exposure is too soon to know if your are really HIV- or not. You will need to be retested at 2-3 months afterwards, and at 6 months to be 100% certain. Hepatitis B may cause many of the same symptoms, and you... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolBased on the information you have given me, it would be unlikely, but not impossible, for you to have contracted HIV infection. Condoms do not eliminate the risk of HIV infection, they just diminish the risk. We call this "safer" sex,... Read more »
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