Causes Of Skin Rashes In The Form Of Red And Hard Lumps, Thrush And Fever After A Blood Test?
Hello, I want to ask, my wife, and my child have a skin rash in the form of red bumps and hard, sprue, sometimes the body temperature rises without cause, it happened when I was 1 week after taking a blood test to PMI, after 2 more months I did an HIV check at the puskesmas, the results were negative, but I was still in doubt because these symptoms were still recurring in my wife and children, please advise me what should I do
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. In your condition, it is first necessary to understand that if you have contracted a certain disease due to blood donation at PMI, your wife and child should not be infected if they do not make a donor. Because if the disease is due to blood donation, it should be transmitted through blood, and if your wife and child are not exposed to your blood, they should not be infected. So our opinion, most likely the condition you are experiencing now has nothing to do with your blood donor history at PMI.
Then if you suspect you have HIV, this is also less likely because HIV can only be transmitted through blood, vaginal fluid, sperm and breast milk. Say you do have HIV, if you don't have sex with your wife during that range, you are unlikely to transmit it. If it is indeed related to your wife, if your child is no longer breastfeeding, your child should not be infected. Not to mention your HIV test results are negative, and PMI certainly won't use a syringe more than once to get you infected with HIV. So at this stage, we can say that your condition most likely has nothing to do with blood donation and HIV.
More likely to happen to you and your family are impetigo or bacterial skin infections, herpes infections, the impact of bites or insect stings such as tomcat, allergies, or other forms of irritation and infections. Our advice, check yourself to a dermatologist to find out possible exact causes, and treated based on these causes. Your dermatologist will later do a history, physical examination and possibly a support to narrow the possibility, and determine the confectionary based on the results of the examination.
Meanwhile there is no need to worry, keep a healthy lifestyle and keep it clean, don't touch the rash let alone try to solve it, don't smear anything, and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.