It can show up on any part of the body, but it most often occurs on the face and chest, and sometimes on the feet and hands. Rash in a HIV patient may be caused by many reasons. HIV rash on legs Here the raised irritated areas are spread out over the legs.
It can also cause mouth ulcers. An individual who tests positive for HIV may see what is often referred to as the HIV rash. HIV rash on face- The blistery type of rash that can appear with HIV rash. A rash in any person does not mean HIV infection. Armpit rash HIV- The image below shows a candida infection. It is vital to know the signs or symptoms of this HIV rash so that proper steps can be taken to diagnose and battle this disease. This picture contains rule of thirds, leading lines, and color.