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 Minnesota, School of MedicineFlushing can be triggered by a wide variety of factors. You dont mention which HIV and other meds you are taking, what other medical problems you have, and what you have tried that might provide some relief. Flushing with heating occurs in some... Read more »
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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 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 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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