An itchy rash typically occurs after you contract HIV. These rashes occurs within the first two months after contracting HIV virus as one of its early symptoms. Information obtained from Healthline, will help us analyze this article to enable us detect if the rashes you experience, shows you are HIV positive.
The rash typically appears as a red, flattened area on the skin that’s usually covered with small red bumps. A main symptom of the rash is itchiness. It can show up on any part of the body, but it most often occurs on the face and chest, and sometimes on the feet and hands. It can also cause mouth ulcers. Some HIV rashes can cause serious damage to the skin.
The most common form of treatment to manage HIV rash is medication. In addition to medication, some lifestyle changes may help alleviate the symptoms of the mild form of this rash. Avoiding heat and direct sunlight can improve some rashes. Hot showers and baths can make the rash worse.
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