i have a small blister looking bump on my leg following Have swollen lyph nodes (small lump on the right and a pea size on the left) for the past 5 days , throat slightly hurts , soft or no bowel movements for about a week , still itching.
If one has ARS try usually have high grade fever, rash on chest or trunk, swollen lymph nodes in body not just one place would have it in neck , armpits, groin as well, and HIV doesn't cause itchy skin. You ars synptoms aren't of ARS, seems like you just have a cold
When does ARS typically start after my exposure (may24-june22)
Feel like throwing up (comes and goes)
Yeast infection still. Before and after my cycle.(Clumps before my cycle now watery)
Feels like swollen lmyph .under the chin and under the collar bone left side.
Simi soft bowe movements.
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