DOC AI for HIV

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HIV Skin Rash Checker

When a person receives a diagnosis early and carefully follows their HIV treatment plan, they can achieve an undetectable level of HIV in their blood, which can mean a full and healthy life. Getting to an undetectable level of HIV also prevents sexual transmission of the virus to another person.

Symptoms of HIV includes skin rashes. Use this free tool to check if you have a risk of HIV. Simply upload/snap a picture and press predict!


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is DOC AI HIV Skin Rash Checker?
DOC AI HIV Skin Rash Checker is an artificial intelligence tool that is trained to determine which type of HIV skin rash that you have.
How Skin Rash Checker will be able to detect my rash type?
The HIV skin rash checker is trained with over thousands of HIV rash images and it will compare the uploaded image with its knowledge from the previous images and depending on that, it will match which type of skin rash you may have.
Is it accurate?
DOC AI HIV Skin Rash Checker is not and is not meant to be a medical diagnosis device. The tool has a 95% accuracy of matching images and it is meant to provide an initial check for your skin rash. A diagnosis can only be provided by a trained medical professional. You can consult a doctor at https://www.doctoroncall.com.my/online-doctor
Is it able to classify other skin disease or objects?
We are always improving our tool but for now, the skin rash checker is only able to classify your skin rash if you have one of these rash types: Syphilis, Molluscum Contagiosum and Kaposi sarcoma.
What should I do if I think I am high risk?
You should consult a medical professional to will be able to advise the next course of action including the tests neccessary as well as treatment options. Consult with a doctor online at https://www.doctoroncall.com.my/online-doctor