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Possible hiv rash

Hello everybody
I am now in the 7th week of my exposure ,at around end of 6th week I got a rash on the upper part of my chest  ,which I trimmed using the electric shaver/trimmer .....that part of the chest became red looking like hiv ars rash. And the rash was limited only the part which was trimmed .
Now after 2days 90 %of the rash /redness has disappeared ..now my specific questions are
1. Can ars rash appear after 6 weeks
2. Can ars disappear only after 2days or does it last long
3. Lastly can a body rash be the only symptom of acute hiv /ars
Waiting for the replies
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1. it can but highly unlikely 2. it can 3.No
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You never had an exposure.
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Thank u so much sir for the reply
But I have read that the ars rash usually lasts for a week to two
And one more clarification , That my rash was limited to the part of my chest which was trimmed , and I have read that the ars rash is localised , scattered
So could that be ars rash or folliculitous ...
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I understand ur point sir
But I am very very worried coz of this rash
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Rash can be caused by many causes. But if you had no exposure how this rash can be caused by HIV?

Just relax and go on with your life.
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But sir what about the rash which appeared on my chest
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