Where Do HIV Rashes Appear?

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HIV rashes normally appear all over the body; however, they normally concentrate on the trunk of the body around the chest and the neck or the face. Usually, the rash is red in colour, brownish or purplish in the darer people.
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The HIV rash is often seen as being dark and red in color. They can form on the limbs and along the chest and back of the infected person. You can find more information here: http
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HIV is not a rash. The rash may be an STD though.
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