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On 10/4/12 I had unprotected sex with a woman, on 10/14/12 I woke up and my uvula was swollen had a white tip on it and the glands behind my bottom jaw (BOTH GLANDS) were white. I went to the doctor and he said it was Pharyngitis, (Although I did not have a sore throat, my throat was just swollen) he prescribed me zpack and some steroid to get rid of the inflamation (inflammation), (Keep in mind I never had a fever, chills, rash, Lymph Node swelling etc.) Well I took the prescribed medicine and the Pharyngitis went away within 2 days completely. As of 10/25/12 I have had no symptoms of ARS. The Pharyngitis was the only thing and that was knocked out two weeks ago. Any Ideas?????????????
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