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Hi, would like to asked. 4 years ago I made a HIV cmia 4th generation, and STD test 14 days after condom broke (less than 10 seconds exposure) and it was non-reactive. I did not did a follow up test until now. And recently I had some rashes (flat and non-itchy) on my lower arm. Recovered after 2 days of antihistamine medication without other symptoms. Do you think the rash is possibly related?
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Not related But you need repeat testing because you did previous test before window period over
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send report , dates of sex n date of investgation
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Hello . Based on the history provided, we cannot conclude that this can be possiblt related to HIV. Firstly as you turned non reactive on the tests. There is no evidence for HIV. Secondly the symptoms responded to antihistamines thus mostly liked it is allergic in origin. Do not have to worry and no additional tests are needed at this point in time. Eat healthy . Exceecise and build up Immunity. That helps.
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Nothing reqd
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