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I'm at 52 days from exposure and got a tender lymphnode on left side of neck. Its not swollen up but I can feel the tenderness slight soreness. My tongue is light coated white and i appeared to have white thrush on under sides of tongue. My rapid test at 6 weeks was negative but it seems incorrect to me. I have been sluggish , or worse, since the onset. The diareah has subsided at this point and all is normal for now there. I am wondering if anyone else has experienced these symptoms and what there progression was and what treatment they recieved that may have helped.
but do you know any possible way for the lymph nodes to swollone but HIV? still,is encouraging that they do not have to hurt(although i have read "painful lymphadenopaty"!!!) ,but what other disease encreases them? i have not heared of a single one...
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