I had those rashes (redder and more densely populated) approximately 15 of them on my belly (sometimes on my arms) within 8 weeks after exposure. They would go down in 1 night(sometimes in a matter of hours) and come back again a few days/weeks later. I am still unsure what they were.
Last edited by onelovelove; 11-05-2011 at 06:41 AM.
This rash keeps on getting worse. it appeared on my arms week 2, and started on my chest. Now, 6 weeks from potential exposure, it's all over my body (chest, groin, stomach, arms). I have no idea what this is.
Does that look like what you had? And is it likely that this is ARS given that I have had no other symptoms other than this? People don't just get a rash right? Mine started 7 days after exposure and has been slowly worsening these 5 weeks.
What could this be? I rarely get rashes like this, but fall is allergy season. My skin gets red easily when i scratch it, especially when I'm working out.
the rash i had looked different
it was not pimpley it was more blotchy with red blotches over everywhere but
my hands,feet and head.
i was also running a constant fever over 100 at thye same time.
my rash came and went in about a weeks time.
if your exposure was just oral sex
it would be very highly unlikely that you have hiv
i believe you should just get tested for a peace of mind .. i did .. my bumps appeared looking the same way i dont know the doctor said they don't look like a std rash soo ur in my prayers id get tested that will bring out the truth!
It's probably just acne my friend. I have some acne on my chest, and shoulders. Actually, almost everyone I know does. It looked a lot like acne in the last pictures. Get tested, it will be negative. Then get a follow up test, it too will be negative.
okay ... so my description doesnt match the HIV rash .. once again its oval shaped some are circular... and are red and some just are bumps that are on my thigh tummy and arms.... but yea test is the best way to get my negative please keep me in your prayers or keep you fingers crossed please everyone
There are many causes for rashes.
Anxiety is one of them.
It is also possible that you have had those rashes coming and going before the incident and you were not aware of it. Usually we check our body more frequently and detailly when we suspect somethings have gone wrong. It is not hard to understand.
One of the most common symptoms of ARS is fever and you did not have it so.....
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I'm going for an oraquick test this weekend. This rash kind of started healing, but there was a recent small outbreak on my forearm. I've heard PR can subsist for more than 4-5 months.
This thing has been driving me crazy since October. I have not been sexually active since that point, so this test should be conclusive. I've been feeling like death for 4 months, and I need peace of mine. Pray for me, that I haven't screwed up my life with this encounter.