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Oct 6. I got black out drunk and don't remember most of the evening. I don't know if I had sex or anything; I kinda lean towards that not being the case ONLY because the tailgate was in a crowded parking lot.
Oct 19. Exactly 13 days after the incident, I got a sore throat along with a cough (Phlegm involved) and some sneezing. I think I might have also had a fever and I know for sure I have had a few bouts of the runs. I have ulcers in my mouth and the other day I had a gooey film in my mouth as well. (Thrush maybe?) and I have been unusually tires, taking more naps than I ever have.
I'm really freaked out because I have so many symptoms exactly within the expected time for ARS to kick in. I want to get tested but at the moment I just can't.
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