11/6: unprotected oral sex with massage girl and then protected intercourse (unknown STI status), she also oral sex for me. Before this date, I had have 4 to 5 times unprotected sex with this massage girl but for intercourse, i always will condom.
14/6: Severe sore throat (did not think of any STI), cilnic give me 10 pcs of antibiotic (650mg). Since then, I started to have diarrhea until 23/7 and swollen gland on my neck. I can really feel my whole neck is swollen but not pain.
7/7: Do rapid test in clinic, result came out negative. Throat and neck still swollen and diarrhea (3 to 4 times a day).
17/7: Whole body and armpit pain, should be swollen lymph node
Until today, my throat is still swollen, press on my neck can feel the pain. My armpit is still painful. And, 26/7 right groin feeling painful, left groin feeling little uncomfortable.
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