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What does molluscum look like?

Can you get it in the four dots on your neck?

After someone kissed and sucked on my beck a few weeks later I got red bumps that lool like pimples but are NOT pimples....and they DO  NOT itch.

What could that be?

ARS rash from HIV?
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on my NECK not my beck  *NECK
101028 tn?1419606604
have you been seen yet?

this isn't likely to be a hiv symptom.

grace
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I have been seen for HIV tests after 4 week exposure negative...I just wonder what neck rash is.
1366547 tn?1287367550
No... it's from someone kissing on your neck. They are damaged blood vessels from being constricted from the pressure of someone sucking on your skin. The skin of the neck is also classified as thin skin, and it is very delicate and prone to tearing easily.

In other words, you have a very slight hickey. That's what those 4 dots are. Nothing to be concerned about whatsoever. 4 dots do not constitute a rash AT ALL. If you had a rash, you would know it.
101028 tn?1419606604
actually a rash showing up a few weeks after being kissed on the neck isn't likely to be just from being kissed there.

bottom line - if you are concerned about your rash, go and be seen.

grace
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