I may be blowing this out of proportion, but I have gotten these red marks all over my stomach and right side with just a few in my mid section. They look like a lot of mosquito bites or ant bites, just some kind of bites. That is the only thing wrong with me, nothing else visible and not even a change in how I feel. It still worries me though. The "bites" don't itch at all. it seems to be some type of rash but I dont have a clue. Anyone have any ideas what this may be?
Thanks for your help. I'm just worried because I had sex about 2 weeks ago with someone I had just met, it was protected however. I heard you can get herpes outbreaks nearly anywhere, not just genitals and your face and this is what I'm worrying about. As far as I know I have no other symptoms that would be considered herpes symptoms. I noticed them Friday, there was more Saturday and now it's Monday and the rash hasn't gone away.
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