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LOL. I mean not to make fun of HIV anxiety because I was there. Nice comparison or ARS and Anxiety. I wish I saw that 2-3 weeks ago. It's so true! But as far as blood in stools, I never have seen that as a common ARS symptom in my research, but diarhea (diarrhea) was.
Blood in stool? Black and tar like can be from the upper gastro tract (because it has enough time to be broken down by bacteria into hematin(?))...red, meaning its more of a lower tract problem if memory serves. That's quite a stretch for anything related to HIV. I'd rather get my colon checked if I was over 40 and get a fecal occult blood and colon cancer test than be worrying about HIV.
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