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Please consider to subscribe, so you won’t miss the next great videos from us. What is HIV Rash?
Any rash is an area of the skin that is irritated and shows redness, swelling and can be painful
or itchy. Early HIV Rash A rash is a symptom of HIV that usually occurs
within the first two months after becoming infected with the virus. Like other initial
symptoms of HIV, it’s easy to mistake this rash for a symptom of another viral infection.
Therefore, it’s important to learn how to identify this rash and how to treat it. How long does HIV Rash last?
The length of the HIV rash will depend on its cause. If the cause is due to infection
then antiviral or antibiotics must be taken. If it is related to a certain medication it
may take the time to adjust to the medication or if changed then it will last until the
medication is cleared from the system. What does HIV Rash feel like?
The rash may burn or be itchy. If the rash is picked at or scratched a lot there will
be more pain noted and this could also cause infection.
Does HIV Rash come and go? Yes, if the rash is due to the lower immune
system the rash may come and go many times. If it is due to medications then with the
change of dosage or medication the expectation is that the rash does not continue.
What are HIV skin lesions? A lesion on the skin is any opening that is
not supposed to be there. If the rash is scratched or has a blister that opens this would be
considered a lesion. Does HIV Rash itch and burn?
Yes, it may burn or itch, this is not always the case but does happen depending on the
cause. When does HIV Rash appear?
Usually, it appears when the immune system is at its lowest. HIV Rash Pictures/image for your reference: 1. HIV rash on arms: This rash is evident
when looking close up. 2. HIV rash on legs: Here the raised irritated
areas are spread out over the legs. 3. HIV rash on chest: Here in this picture
the patient has the petechial type of red spots.
4. HIV rash on face: The blistery type of rash that can appear with HIV rash.
5. HIV rash on abdomen: The abdomen in this picture is noted to have red blotchy areas
which could be diagnosed as HIV rash. 6. Armpit rash HIV: The image below shows
a candida infection. 7. HIV rash on hands: The rash on the hands
is a blotchy raised area. 8. HIV rash on the black skin: As you can
see the color of the rash itself tend to change with different skin color tones.
9. HIV rash on the back: In this picture you can see the more blistery type of rash which
can be found anywhere on the body. 10. HIV rash on head: Here the blotchy type
of rash is seen covering the scalp.