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Tinderh2

Itchiness and where it occurs.

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Tinderh2

so i have HSV2 confirmed by swab and was negative from blood. But right now i'm getting itchiness all over my body and those little red spots that become blisters are happening like on my outer thighs and stomach. My question is does anyone with HSV2 have this or is this probably HIV? i read that HIV causes red bumps and i HOPE TO GOD it's not HIV. The same Swab test that proved me positive for HSV2 concluded HIV negative. But still i'm itching all over.

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SheIsBlue

Hey Tinderh2, welcome to the site. Sounds more like an allergic reaction to something. Are you on meds or have you eaten something out of the ordinary? Have you come in contact with aluminum or latex? There are so many allergens. Try to think back to what you may have eaten lately or come in contact with and eliminate it and see if that helps.

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Tinderh2
Hey Tinderh2, welcome to the site. Sounds more like an allergic reaction to something. Are you on meds or have you eaten something out of the ordinary? Have you come in contact with aluminum or latex? There are so many allergens. Try to think back to what you may have eaten lately or come in contact with and eliminate it and see if that helps.

Cookies and almond milk but no nut allergy. I guess I should try picking up diohenhydramine but I'm also having mild diarrhea and a headache. As for the rashes they're not really rashes just bumps. Literally really concerned that I don't have HIV right now. Thankfully I don't feel fatigued or lethargic. Hopefully just a flu or something.

Also have some dry skin near my nails and noticed some peeling which is another indicator of HIV .....

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