... you should have no HIV concerns.. ... (6 replies)
... You have tested at 12 weeks and after, you do NOT need another HIV test, you don't have HIV. You do not need peace of mind, your tests are conclusive. ... (6 replies)
... Take your rashes to a doctor- this forum does not engage in pointless symptoms speculation. Your tests rule out HIV.
If you keep associating every new bodily observation with HIV, then your best course of action is professional mental help. (6 replies)
... I will get tested one and a half or two months from now, just for peace of mind. Because for someone who hasn't gotten skin rashes in years, getting four nasty rashes in less than a month after a very high risk sexual encounter plus all other symptoms is just difficult to conceive. ... (6 replies)
... Your tests proved you don't have HIV, nothing in regards to any health conditions from there on can be associated with HIV. (6 replies)
... post possible exposure, I have a new rash on my shoulder, it was a small pimple that turned into a raised, red rash after scratching it. I have had four combined rashes between each shoulder and chest in a bit over a month. ... (6 replies)
... you need to focus only on your test results,
they are the only accurate way to diagnose HIV.
forget about connecting your symptoms,
the ones you have are not HIV specific at all and
if you did have HIV,
the rash would of come and gone many weeks ago.
at least that is what happened to me when i got infected.
a ten week test is considered conclusive by some... (19 replies)
... This freaking early, rashes every other week and testing negative for all the possible more reasonable causes? ... (19 replies)
... weeks ago I had a brief unprotected sexual encounter with somebody of unknown HIV status. There was no ejaculation but I had anal sex for about a minute or so. Stupid I know. ... (2 replies)
You will remember I had a incident where there was a potential condom break with a CSW (high risk country) and followed with headache, fevers, rashes, sore throat, tiredness, low wbc.
I have since tested for all STI's (excluding hep) and they have been negative, although I have been taking antibiotics for other reasons.
Since my last update I have had penis... (4 replies)
... based on symptons and everyone reacts differently and I plan on getting tested when the 3 month window is done, but I'm just wondering for those knowledgable in HIV rashes, if this seems very odd to you and if this sounds like a typical HIV rash or anything. ... (1 replies)
... I f you are frantically Googleing HIV and HIVsymptoms you are probably in the same boat as I was. This is my story and I hope it helps others through their troubles. ... (1 replies)
... HIV rashes will cover the whole body, clearly that is not the cases here. You also need to have an exposure which you haven't and you tested negative. ... (3 replies)
... No matter what somone else tells you about their HIV status, if you have unprotected sex then your at risk of HIV and std's. ... (13 replies)
... Nope! HIV rash is not acne. Acne is acne and the rash, if present, would be around the trunk of the body and it will be clearly recognizable as a rash. ... (13 replies)
... Also HIV rashes, I have not seen one on my body yet but I had a couple acne on my face could that be an HIV rash? ... (13 replies)
... The rashes you mention are not like HIV rashes ok? ... (3 replies)
... Then educate yourself on HIV then. You've already been told here that your encounter has zero risk. You are hunting for symptoms and scaring yourself into believing they are HIV. ... (12 replies)
... Yeah ok i know it is low risk,. But it does happen. I'm just worried about my legs atm. Does hiv rashes appear even after ars and when there is no medication? ... (104 replies)
... you cannot go by what rash or bumps you have or any symptoms for that matter to diagnose if you have hiv.
the only sure way is to get tested for it.
if you have concerns that you have it
the best thing you can do is to go get tested.
good luck (1 replies)