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Have black spots becoming painful pimples between breasts. Prescribed aqueous cream. Am HIV positive. Cause?

Hie! M HIV positive and m on ARVs.I suddenly had blacks spots in-between my breasts and a little bit of rash .sometimes they grew and become big painful pimples .I consulted my doc about it and she referred me to a the hospital,they prescribed aqueous cream and chlorpheniramine tablets and that don t seem to be helping at all.a few days after taking the tablets,I got my menstrual period but only for a few minutes.I am on DEPO for almost two years and I have never had my period up until this is the third time m having my menstrual period for a few few minutes.I am really worried and would like to know what s causing this.thanks (Monica)
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response

It seems that you are having follicitis on the chest area between breats.

You are HIV positive, you are likely to have infections anywhere on the skin and in any organ, asthe immunity is poor.

You continue the treatments you take.

For few week, take antibiotics and anti inflammatory drugs.

Apply antibiotic cream.

Take dettol water bath.

Have healthy and nutritious food.

Avoid worries.

You discuss with your doctor.


Dr. Ilyas Patel MD
Answered: Thu, 4 Jul 2013
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