Spots In Mouth Hiv

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Hey Dr.Bob! How are you doing I love the work you do and appreciate it. I am a 18yr male and a have question regarding purple spots in my mouth i had 2 purple spots on the inside of my cheek they both went away but a couple weeks later they...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

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The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...Hi,Unfortunately I cannot diagnose "purple spots" over the Internet. However, what I can tell you, with great certainty, is that if you had a negative HIV test three months Read more »

Im sure this is hiv

3 months ago i had unprotected vaginal and anal sex with a female, and about a month ago I noticed... Read more »

HIV risk-unusual transmission?? (MOUTH TO MOUTH CHAMPAGNE, SAKE, AND SHOTS, 2010))

Two months ago I was at a party where a man grabbed me and transferred champagne from his mouth to... Read more »
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HIV and the Mouth

...can be an early sign of HIV infection. Kaposi's Sarcoma (KS) See Fact Sheet 511 . It usually shows up as dark purple or red spots on the gums, the roof of the mouth, and the back of the tongue. It is rarely seen when people are tested early... Read more »
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Kaposi's Sarcoma (KS)

...there are at least 8 men with KS for each woman. It is one of the most visible signs of AIDS, because it usually shows up as spots on the skin (lesions) that look red or purple on white skin, and bluish, brownish or black on dark skin. Lesions... Read more »
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