I gave oral sex to a man, whose HIV status was unknown, six weeks ago. I have now rash under both armpits and a swollen lymph node in my neck. I am attaching pictures of the rash and the lymph node. Could this be ARS?
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I saw the attached pictures (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
If with treatment, the lymph node swelling goes down, then it is not HIV infection.
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