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hiv rash

Hello I have question

My girl friend have some kind of rash on her arm, its like litle red ....she told me that her rash is itch.
The question is, how long after infection is hiv rash? I ask that because I hears from some man on television who is hiv positive, that he had rash after 3 months post exposure? Is that possible? Sorry for my english
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You never had an exposure so why the concern?
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Mr teak I ask that for my girlfriend? Can you please tell me something more about hiv rash please? Pfff sorry I know that I am bored you, but I want to know
:))))))) lol
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Not an ARS rash, ARS rashes don't itch and you never exposed your girlfriend to HIV.
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So, hiv rash can not be after 3 months post exposure?
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