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rashes all over the body there is no spesific time to tell you when the rasches are coming. but any time they come and the swollen lymph nodes dont give pain but the lymph nodes spread all over the body it is hapening since 2 years the raches i get are not reducing they are increasing but i dont have any other problem in my body do i have hiv please tell me
for the first time i have senced a longitudinal rash on my leg it gave me so much itchy feeling after scratching. some time it disapeared like that i use to get every were on my body if i get any hurt or any one pinches me or if my skin gets rubed hard the rashes will apear imidetly along with this i found swollen lymph nodes in my body means in my muscle and i got pinkish kind small small pimples on my uper part of foot and hands ones in the starting when i was geting theese rashes and swollen lymph nodes and theese pinkish pimples got disapeared some some time this pimples apear and on my hands and disapear but more im scared is these rashes they hurt me a lot very itchy ones i have read these symptoms in net that hiv patient will have so im scared that do i have hiv or any sexuall transmited diseace please mr Teak help me out do this symptoms cause hiv i have a girl friend i loev her so much i want to marry her at the same time i dont want to transmit my hiv if i have please help me what should i do. by the wa MANNY MANNY HAPPY RETURNS OF THE DAY MR TEAK HAVE A BLAST TAKE CARE.
two and half years back i had unprotected sex recently 1 month before i had once kept my penis in the starting of my girl firends vagina and i have removed it imidiatley because i dnt know wether i have hiv or not one she she did oral sex also do i have hiv please mr teak with this symptoms i dnt want to spread it to my girl friend
hello mr teak can u please tell me what exactly im sufering from 2 years before i had unprotected sex both oral and vaginal sex after that i sudenly foun a rash on my leg it was too itchy and after screatching the skin on my leg got harder and the is longitunaly spreaded on my leg then that night only i was checking my body with my hand i found a lymph node on my rib muscle like that lymph nodes know i can i find every were in my body in my thighs,groin,under arms, in hands, on my back and one on my neck theese lymph nodes dnt give me any pain but im geting rasches all over my body since 2 years no other symptoms i found. Regulary i get this rashes normally by them selves or if get any hurt or if my skin get rubed and pink colour spots apear on my hands and legs and in under arms do theese symptoms cause hiv please tell me mr teak im about to marry i dont want to spread my hiv if i have clearify me wat do i have please....................
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