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Does this sound like ARS? 5 weeks after encounter, had anal sex with women and condom broke, I woke up with slightly tender Glands under neck. The night before I was smoking marijuana and drinking though with friends, and the marijuana joint got shared by about 4 or 5 people. My Glands today are still slightly swollen and tender, and last night my hands and feet felt a little tingly. With that being said I have had no fever and no diarrhea or any other symptoms and have been very active this week, with no sign of feeling slown down or anything. I plan on getting test on monday when lab is open. which would be six weeks and 3 or 4 days after encounter.
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