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I had unprotected sex 2 months ago. 3 weeks ago I developed burning sensation in the genitals and it seemed to flare up when I drank alcohol. Two weeks ago developed chest pain with shortness of breath. I also has a.sorethroat with mucus. Those symptoms disappeared and now I have a stiff neck and it is very painful. I can barely move my neck. Sometimes the neck pain will get better, then it will come back. I have some muscle pain at times. I also have a burning sensation.that flares up time to time on.my genitals. I also have headaches and it feels like oxygen is not getting to my brain. I could this be mono, tuberculosis. I'm not fatigued, I have no sweats and no diarrhea and no fever.
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