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I got tested six week negative and going for a rapid blood tomorrow 12 weeks.. My question is about the rash associated with ars. At least a month after unprotected exposure I noticed a couple red patches on my lower neck and then probably 7-10 on my upper. Kinda look like excema or psoriasis but they dont itch. They are still there over a month later. Does the rash with ars stay for that long. Also is it spread all over the trunk like measles or can it be localized. I know symptoms are not a valid indicator so if thats all you are going to say please dont reply.
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Maybe razor burn?
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If it was ARS you would have had a high fever and other symptoms...ARS is not just ONE single symptom.

You need to see your doctor about the rash if it doesnt go away.

your 6-week negative is 90% accurate. Your test tomorrow will be negative.
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Its lower side neck (collar area) and then extending down the upper back. probably ten spot in all biggest one the size of a dime. Just random red patches, kinda scaly when you look close and they fade to almost gone or totally gone with hydrocortisone
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Forgot to add that after the hydrocortisone wears off, they come back in exactly the same spot. No itch but maybe a very mild sunburn/ hot feeling.
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thank you for the replys.
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