Hi guys, ima get straight to the point. I have two issues. One seems to be a weird unknown bump, two actually. The other is a type of rash on my neck, jawline and select other parts of the body. I had unprotected sex last Friday ( a week ago) and what've spent the week scouring the Internet like a mad soccer mom looking for her child for information on this. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Problem one is a weird bump, well what seems to be two about a millimetre across, and a like a half a millimetre across. They're really small, I had to get a magnifying glass to get a better look at them. The picture doesn't even do it justice. Is it scabies maybe? I tried to pop either one, and a fluid substance came out (like water) and a little blood mixed in. I don't know where to begin with it....any ideas?
Problem two consists of a weird rash that appeared a few days ago. They're on my neck, on the Adam's apple area and are moving to my jawline, and I suspect that I've seen the same type of bump on my forehead, so I can vouch for select other spots. I was freaking out because I thought it was hiv rash, but I've read that you can't get symptoms or rash until a few weeks after possible exposure, and its only been a week. Now, they look like millia, but millia don't itch. However, I think it's explosive millia. They appear in numbers and itch...though now they itch less- Itz more an irritation thing. Aside from that I feel occasional itches around my body, and they're sharp and quick.
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