Tested negative with the biosure hiv test at 93 days just had a red rash appear covering my whole stomach and back area is really terrifying it does not itch looks similar to hiv serconversion rash should I retest very scared now.
Becky Smith, BioSURE UK LTD Workon 19th December 2019
Any result after the 12 week window period is accurate and conclusive. Usually people begin to seroconvert around 3-4 weeks after their exposure. Additionally, a rash that is associated with HIV usually appears on the chest and even then, only around a third of people who are HIV positive get this kind of rash.
Personally, I would not retest and would try to put this behind you, your negative result at 93 days should be taken as conclusive.
Becky, BioSURE LTD