When a rash is present due to acute HIV infection, it presents completely differently, for one, it does not itch, and two, it wouldn't appear as a single symptom that long after an exposure.
Please just take a test at 3 months and please listen to nursegirl because she is a professional nurse.
Thank you guys for the reassurance , must add that I did have a high fever for a couple hours two or three days before the rash appeared, but my overall temperature has been "ok" since then , in fact a bit lower than usual (36.7 or 36.8) , no sore throat, no other dermatological abnormalities, no night sweats, I feel a bit "lightheaded" at times but that's about it.
I read in an article that a "HIV rash" appears when the body is producing antibodies to fight off the virus, so this could be possibly a "healing HIV rash" because most of my past symptoms are gone and this rash appeared out of nowhere, practically 2 days after testing negative at 7 week "post exposure" whether its my mind or the HIV itself! These are very tricky/scary moments for me. Lesson learned!!!
Your 7 weeks negative us good indicator of your HIV status but nor conclusive. ..
Please engage your in other activities upto 12 weeks and take a single antibodies test at 12 and make it conclusive...
Dont go behind symptoms and your fever is not fever and it is normal temperature. ...