My daughter and I had stayed for a couple of days in the same apartment with an HIV infected person - the fact which we didn't know at the time. My daughter shared a cup of tea with her once, taking turns sipping the tea from the same cup. Both - my daughter and the girl had cracked and chapped lips at the time. 5 or 6 weeks later my daughter developed headaches and sore throat. A week after these initial sypmptoms, she developed a rash. The rash started as two red raised spot on her upper torso, approximately 1/2 inches in diameter, with a small liquid-filled middle. They were very similar in appearance to chicken pox spots. A day after first two spots she developed a rash on her breasts. There were a lot of red raised spots, which were significantly less in diameter - no more than 1/4 of an inch. They didn't have liguid filled middle anymore. Then the rash moved to her stomach, and it consisted of barely raised very small brownish spots which sort of blended together, forming one large area. The rash cleared in 2 weeks. What is the likehood of the symptoms to be indicative of HIV? My daughter is 17 and not sexually active yet. I don't see myself suggesting her to test for HIV if there is no pressing need. Please advice.