Is Heat Rash A Symptom Of Hiv
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University of Massachusetts, Medical SchoolRashes can occur throughout the course of HIV infection, During acute infection, a generalized rash is commonly seen, During chronic infection, rashes (eczema-like, seborrheic dermatitis, etc.) are also commonly seen. Rashes and other skin... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThe rash you described would be very unlikely to be due to HIV infection. Since for many persons stress over the issue can be high, I would suggest talking to someone about an HIV test in 6 weeks--the odds are very good that it will be negative and... 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 »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHi guys, one more question.
When I go to sleep at night, well specially at night. I start feeling extreme heat in my feet, then it goes up to my legs and sometimes all the way up to my back and head.
After a while before or during my sleep I may wake... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyWhat are the ARS symptoms and what does the rash look like? I had a brief oral encounter (Vaginal to mouth) and have been tested by PCR at 10 & 28 Days, both negative. Also, I've had antibody test done at 2, 4, 7, & 9 weeks and all were... Read more »
Posted by walter707, 1 ReplyHello
I have got two questions regarding the rash I got at my back and red bump i got yesterday on my groin.
For acute hiv rash,doesthe rash come in group or single spots scattered. Becoz i had a rash 3 weeks after neglible exposure and it is still... Read more »
Posted by demetrihI have had a rash for about a month, maybe a little more. Could this still be hiv symptoms? Read more »
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