protected is protected...no risk...symptoms can't be related. fever is too low anyway to be ARS.
anxiety and stress will cause all problems no risk here move on
lol, throw into the mix some strong house cleaning products, you got yourself a rash. Its gone now after a few hours. Goes to show you how paranoid you can be in these situations... advice to everyone else: don't believe in symptoms
I had a rash on my arm (9 1/2 weeks after exposure), that is kind of like the one you describe. A few brown spots, that went away within hours. I was tested immediately after exposure (cause I forced the guy to do it as well) and we both tested negative. I then tested 6 months, 1 year and a half, and 3 and a half years after that same exposure, and the test came back negative EVERY time.
Its actually nice to see somebody with a similar symptom to mine, who had NO RISK whatsoever. I tell you that rash bothered me all these years, even with the negative test results. Now I am accepting my test results gladly (after starting medicine for OCD and receiving cognitive therapy).
By the way the rash associated with ARS usually occurs on the chest, and from what I understand is not unilateral.
And 37 is not a fever. Not in my book anyways, the body temperature can fluctuate here and there throughout the day! (o:
If one has a true ARS rash it is not localized.