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A few months ago o started experiencing very itchy legs.. after I itch them I get little red dots and my legs become very hot and really red dots starting to make make other parts of my body itch! I need your help! I recently had chlamydia but got that taken care of I can't think of anything else that it would be so I could really use your help! I'm scared it could be hiv
Well I was reading on the internet... all I know is that I tested positive for chlamydia but I've never been sure with anybody I've slept withbif they have had hiv or not... I recently went to college like I said so I ddidnt know if I could be having a allergic reaction to something or what is going on I was hoping somebody would have an idea
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