Hello I have tested negative with oraquick home hiv test kit from 3 weeks all the way to 6 months post exposure yet I am still having weird symptoms I have aslight rash in My mustache area that looks like eczema it come and goes I also have a strange rash on both My biceps that does not itch but is spreading I'm worried all My tests have been falsely negative My question is with the oraquick only having a 92% accuracy at picking up hiv could My tests be falsely negative and could these rashes on My arms be a sign of late seroconversion or should I just accept My results and move on? After 3 months negative I resumed unprotected sex with My wife and Im worried she may have caught it if I am indeed infected
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