Chances Of Contracting HIV After A Risky Relationship 2 Years Ago?
I want to ask… what if HIV sufferers, especially those who have anal sex… but don’t put the sperm in… because when they do it only half way… are there any signs of getting it too? I saw in the article that red rashes would grow about 3 weeks after doing… but that didn’t happen.u003cbr /u003eu003cbr /u003eAfter almost 2 years my chest felt itchy and my back too.. no red rash.. at first pus is like a pimple but it is very itchy, so it is often scratched and always squeezed.. as a result 1 pimple is getting wider.. and often squeezed and then when it’s a little dry it is always peeled off.. so it’s getting longer like that.. because it is often peeled off to become an area the skin is getting deeper.. (like being poked) and it turns red 🙁 even though at first when you press it it feels like there is pus in the inside.. Am I sick? 🙁 because the wound is now healed but it’s red.. like the red rash picture in the picture of HIV symptoms.. :(u003cbr /u003eis the red rash on my chest because of the wound that I often peeled off to deep so it’s red?
HIV or human immunocompromised virus, can be transmitted through several body fluids such as blood, anal walls, breast milk, sperm, vaginal fluids, menstrual blood, but is not transmitted through saliva, sneezing or sweat. If you have anal sex with a person with HIV+, it can increase the possibility of transmission because even if there is no ejaculation, fluid exchange from the pre-ejaculatory fluid can occur which can come out unnoticed. For that to be known for sure can be tested for HIV to turn it off. You can also participate in VCT programs or voluntary HIV counseling and testing at some health centers.
Skin rash itself has many causes, ranging from bacterial infections, fungal infections, viral infections, parasitic infections such as lice, allergic reactions and others. To be sure it is necessary to have an examination by a doctor or dermatologist. If the rash is accompanied by pus, it can be expected that irritation or bacterial infection that produces pus can occur. For this reason, it is necessary to maintain better body hygiene, and avoid squeezing if a lump appears on the rash so that irritation and wider infection do not occur, if the cause is a bacterial infection, treatment will be given by a doctor in the form of topical or oral medication adjusted to the cause.
Hope it is useful,
dr. Adi P.