The anus is one of the most common points of infection, but these pimples can also be found frequently on the inner thighs, groin, genitals, and lower abdomen. People living with HIV may also be at risk for the infection to spread all over the body. Sometimes the infection goes away on its own, but while it persists, it can spread to other parts of the body and to other people.
Make your bottom a top priority and join us at Philadelphia’s 2nd Annual Anal Health Symposium on April 19th to discuss the best practices around addressing anal health, the screening, and treatment of anal dysplasia, and anal cancer for men and women living with HIV.
Register at AHS2019.eventbrite.com.