the thread was locked because you ignored your answer
if you only had a oral exposure,
you cannot get hiv in that manner.
end of story....
if you have a rash it is a coincidence of timing
and it could be caused by many things that are not hiv related.
a dermatologist would be the kind of doctor you need.
I know in my head I'm thinking maybe something happened? Could he have had a cut in his mouth.. When my doctor suggeted an HIV test that was it I slipped into depression. I haven't tested yet. Not enough courage.. I wish I could forget about it but how could I when I have many visible signs
you have no clue of what a visible sign of a hiv infection is.
i have hiv and nothing you have discribed
resembles a hiv infection in any way,shape or form to me.
you have no mention of symptoms that are more common then a rash is.
you don't need any courage to test.lol
your results are predictable enough to bet on!
There are no symptoms of HIV that can be used for diagnosing or even gauging the need for an HIV test. You can go on risk only. Oral sex is not a risk, so there is no chance for HIV....therfore no need to test.
Your thread was closed becuase there have been thousands before yours that were similar. No risk exposures, like oral sex, with people fretting about HIV even though they have been told no chance of HIV. You did not get HIV from oral sex....move on