You had protected sex and didn't have a risk of contracting HIV.
I know i used a condom but the Molluscum contagiosum is really worrying me. i am almost positive the condom didnt break and i remeber the sperm still being inside when i took the condom off. Why would i be experiencing these symptoms especialy what i beleive to be Molluscum contagiosum. How long would the rash last if it was because of ars? and everywhere ive read, Molluscum contagiosum with relation to ars appears on the chest, back and face. Could poppong them and touching my face cause them to spread to my face a day or two after they initially appeared on chest and back. Or would the spread be related to hiv? i appreciate your feedback i am just worried
and is two months after exposure too late to get ars rash?
and i have also read about bug bites and causing swollen lymph nodes for people with hiv. is this type of reaction to 2 bug bites in your neck common to get an enlarged lymph node about the are of the bite?
Protected Sex means safe sex and ARS rashes don,t appear at 2 months,if they appear it will happen 2 to 4 weeks after exposure.Your safe.
Thank you very much for your comments. i just have been extremely worried since the encounter and getting this rash did not help my concerns at all.
ive read on many websites where the rash can pop up later than 2-4 weeks after. Is this true? and also the rash seems to fade a little then come back through out the day but it is still not bad
ve read on many websites where the rash can pop up later than 2-4 weeks after. Is this true? and also the rash seems to fade a little then come back through out the day but it is still not bad
Your not really reading what you have already been told about not having a risk are you?
i have read it im just worried thats all..
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