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hello, I had exposure before 2 weeks, frottage with girl with possible slight insertion.
2 weeks later i have bad headache when I move and small fever (up to 38 degree) for a couple hours. I have a lymph node in my pubic area and one on my neck. This headache last for 4 days and fever was on 3rd night. Now no fever but have large rash over my stomach but mostly on my side and back - non itchy. Does this sound like ARS or does fever and rash come together???
Teak, I read your many messages on this forum and you seem an expert in this subject.
Why would my symptoms not be ARS, I have had fever, swollen nodes and fatugue over 4 days, and now that is gone I have whole body rash (stomak, back and sides) all 2 weeks after a potential exposure there was penis to vaganal contact although no big inside.
I had servier headache for 4 days with fever in evenings (up to 38.2 degrees) and some aching in my shoulders and neck. Now this is gone today lunch time and i have developed whole body rash, is this typical?
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