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Rashes on abdomen, thighs, buttocks, red spots on thighs, itchiness. Tested positive for chlamydia. HIV symptoms?

Hi im worried about a rash that i have mighr be hiv it is on my abdomen,thighs,and buttocks mainly. It is small red dots it there was a large patch of them on the top of my thigh that werent papules as i remember it was like my pores were red but that has went away and i have papules that are red and itch they are for the most part pretty spread out i know i jad chlaymidia from the test bur im afraid um still in the window period for the hiv. What do you think?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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The symptoms you have are not indicative of HIV. Acute HIV infection may cause a rash, but it may also cause cold like or flu like symptoms as well, and it may also cause no symptoms. It seems you are very anxious so you may request a PCR test which will test for the virus rather than the antibodies, this will help rule out HIV
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