Itchy palms hiv

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I am suspicious about being infected, I tested 2 months negative and waiting to do another test after one more month. I feel burning, sometimes itchy palms, numbness also existing. I would like to mention that a month ago I had pink rash in my hand palms and foot soles, and skin was peeling, but it got back to normal now. what could this be? is somehow an indication to hiv?
I am really worried about <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span>? I am due to get tested next week but need a few questions answered first - after my possible infection I had no symptoms 2-4 weeks except symptoms of gonharia which I got antibiotics for and went away 12 weeks after possible infextion a red blotchy rash appeared on my chest which was not itchy but when squeezed clear puss came out and I also had loose stools, this went away after about 7 days.
It began right below the groin and was red swollen dry scaly and extremely itchy. it went away after about a week and a half but now i have small severly itchy bumps all over my arms,legs, groin,stomache,and blister looking bumps on the palms of my hands. hydrocortizone is not helping either. Can this be a hiv sympthom because I had an unprotected sex about a month ago...pleasehelp.
I had unprotected sex a month ago and since then my palms on both hands get really itchy dry and peel a little are these early symptoms of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span>? I got tested for all std and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> and waiting on result but I am really worried..
Your symptoms have nothing to do with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span>.
Since the outbreak I have had itchy palms and occasionally itchy ankles and feet, but my only outbreak of DH is on my elbows. Celiac Sprue or an allergy to wheat can be very silent and difficult to diagnose without the proper blood tests or biopsy of the small intestine. I'm hoping that following a gluten free diet will resolve my DH and itchy hands and feet, not to mention my chronic anemia.
07 and I had some (a count of maybe 20) blister like (small) rashes the next day (may 28th) on both my palms only. They were colorless and not itchy. after maybe 2 weeks, they peeled off. I had an EIA blood test done at 5 weeks later and it was negative; another test (Elisa) done at 8.5 weeks and was negative. Would you say that I'm not infected? I was only afraid if the condom leaked/breaks. I didn't check. Thanks for your help.
hello everybody i'm a tad bit worried i may have contact <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> but my partner says he don't have hiv that he gets checked month because due to him having seazuirs sorry for the poor spelling. . .my only question is about this rash i have on my hands well its not really what i'd call a rash & the only thing that even going me thinking its due to hiv is because i was looking online to see what could cause this random peeling of my palms an hands and this is what i found .....
after this experience was over, It occurred to me that he may have pre-ejaculated and that the cuts on my gums may have exposed me to hiv (I don't know this person and I don't know if he is <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> positive). Since March I've had 3rd generation <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> tests at the 3,4,5, and 6 month marks. I've also had a NAAT test and a rapid antibody test done at the 6 month mark. All of my hiv tests have been non-reactive. My problem is that I've had - and am still having - a bizarre array of symptoms.
Are these symptoms indicative of any STDs other than <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span>? Have you ever come across a case where an insertive penile-vagina male had contracted <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> after safe sex? Am I a rare case of advanced hiv?
No fever or flu since the incident but I have an occasional dry cough maybe once or twice a day and loose stool and diarrhea, at least once daily. I know a 6-7 week negative clearview <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> 1 and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> 2 test is reassuring but not definitive until 12 weeks so I continue to worry...
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I had unprotected sex with a male and know I think I have <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span>, I know i wont know for sure until I have a test but at the minute I just cant face it. I had no symptoms until roughly 6 weeks after possible infection, when i had all the symptoms of ghonaria which I got antibiotics of the net for, and the symptoms disappeared. Then shortly after that I got a rash of non itchy small red bumps across my chest, and one bout of diahrea. They rash on my chest then cleared up.
Then you had low risk exposures. See a Dr if you wish, I see no major concern.
I don't really feel fatigue other than the fact that my mind is constantly going and I haven't been sleeping well thinking about this. The rash isn't itchy unless I think about it and does get worse at night. The palms of my hands when I look seem like there is red and white spots under there and a little dry. Does it sound like I made the biggest mistake of my life??? I'm so scared.
if you had other risky behavior,only way to know your hiv status is by taking standard hiv test 3 months after your last exposure.
Possible exposures: sex with man (status unknown), with condom, just over a month ago. Almost two weeks ago, oral sex (giving and receiving) with a different man (status unknown), ejaculated in my mouth both times. Nearly a week after the oral sex, I woke up with a swollen throat and red, sunburn-like rash covering my groin, buttocks, breasts & surrounding area, but it didn't itch and I no fever. I had slept with a tampon in, and was concerned about TSS, but had no other symptoms.
I'm afraid that these two ongoing things are a sign of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> infection. I also had a itchy rash on my thigh that came out of nowhere which I was told was contact dermatitis. Finally, the palms of my hands keep peeling over and over...I don't know if this is due to sweating or hiv. I hope that my mind is just getting the best of me but I had to ask...could this all be hiv-related or is it just the result of a years worth of obsessing and worrying.
The antibody test results prove you don't have <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> as well. It is not possible to have <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> but have negative OraQuick (or any other antibody test) 90 days after catching it. Therefore, something other than hiv is causing your symptoms. And on top of that, the sexual exposure events you describe were low risk, even if your partner had hiv. Did you ask him? If not, do it now; if he says he is uninfected, it should help calm your nerves.
HI, I was just wondering would a rash occuring in the primary stage of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> infection occur on the top of hands and arms and would it come and go? And what would it generally look like? are there any other std's that have symptoms that relate to the ones of hiv?
most likely its not related to <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> as not everyone has got <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span>.. however, you need to test for <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> and other stds since you had unprotected sex with a person of unknown status.. for hiv ,test at 6-8 weeks post exposure for a good indication of your status.. test again at 3 months for a conclusive result..all the best..
I have the same situation. It started a little while after I gave birth. It is only an itchy inner labia. No other side affects. I was tested for a yeast and bacteria infections. My ob-gyn has no clue (I went to 2). It comes and goes and is itchy!! I can not figure this out!!!
Hi ran271, You had protected sex all the time, and never had a chance to get <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span>. Those are not symptoms of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span>. You don't have it. Take care.
next day itchy blotchy type of rash on my trunk which went off on it's own in two days, diarrhea for one day,nausea,tingling in my fingers,white tongue,joint pains,headaches..3rd day..red itchy palms and soles associated with peeling of skin.. .all these symptoms went off on 5th day, but only yellowish/white phlegm from throat was coming after all the symptoms disappeared ..I did visited that CSW again just to ask about her status for which she said she is hiv negative..
I now have severe itching and tiny red spots (boils) on chest and back. What the hell is going on, can't understand any of it. Is this seroconversion after 11 weeks.
At the same day there was another episode of oral sex without a condom and with no ejaculation, it lasted for about just two minutes or so... after 7 days I had an itchy rash that started _exactly_ in my palms and then slowly day by day spreaded up my arms and then down my legs to the feet.
HI, I was just wondering would a rash occuring in the primary stage of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> infection occur on the top of hands and arms and would it come and go? And what would it generally look like? are there any other std's that have symptoms that relate to the ones of hiv?
hi i am a 25 year old heterosexual male i recently took a trip to southeast asia for a month while there i had 4 sexual encounters with fsw all protected that i remember 2 were oral and 2 were vaginal about no more than 10 minutes max what worries me is one night i was very intoxicated and had the sexual encounter where she spent the night i remember one time protected intercourse but i tend to have sleep sex can not remember if i did with her or not i called her and she says it was only one tim
Please note that in order to become infected with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span>, one must have an unprotected sexual intercourse with an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>hiv</span> positive partner. Also, the risk of hiv infection via unprotected vaginal sex is lower, especially for the male partner, compared to other forms of unprotected sexual intercourse.
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