Black Spots Appear On The Hands Accompanied By Fever Whether HIV?
I was 15 years old and had a rather strange disease, recently I had a skin disease that began with black spots on the hands and fever, are these two symptoms the beginning of HIV disease? And does an infected person have to have black spots on their skin?
Hello, thanks for the question.
HIV is a virus that attacks the human immune system. This virus can make a person's immune system decrease so it is susceptible to disease. People who are infected with the virus will usually be more susceptible to infectious diseases, both infections that attack the digestive system, breathing, urinary tract, and other organs including the skin. Black spots accompanied by fever on the skin can be caused by infection of the skin, due to viral, bacterial, fungal, or parasitic infections, can also arise in response to allergic reactions, or due to contact with substances / substances that irritate the skin, and so forth. To find out the cause you should consult a doctor. The doctor will conduct an examination and provide appropriate treatment in accordance with the current conditions. If you carry out risky behaviors, such as having sex with more than one partner, especially with sex workers, or not using a condom during intercourse, your doctor may suggest an initial examination or screening with a molecular rapid test or rapid test to detect the presence of the virus in the body so that the disease suffered will be clearer and the treatment given can be more adequate. Please note that the transmission of HIV through bodily fluids, such as blood, sperm, or vaginal fluids. Usually transmitted through sexual contact, syringes, blood transfusions, or from mother to child she is carrying. HIV is not transmitted through saliva, sweat, touch, or mosquito bites. Therefore, it is better to avoid sexual and nonsexual behaviors that are at risk of transmission of this disease, be faithful to one partner, do not change sexual partners, use condoms during intercourse, avoid using used needles, and others.
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