I forgot to mention that I had some weird symptoms exactly 2-3 weeks post exposure. These symptoms were:
- A lump in the neck, confirmed by myself and my doctor. I NEVER had a lump in my neck before that I remember.
- The lump went away few days later, then a urinary track infection started. Had to pee everytime, and had horrible pain in my testicles. This lasted for about 2 weeks. It was horrible. I took cyprofloxacin and it went away.
Between 2 months to 4 months I had random stabs of pain in armpit, neck, groin.
what is great? I have problems in my tongue for the last SIX MONTHS (white tongue, raised taste buds, hypersalivation, teeath marks in borders, sore taste buds sometimes) and my WBC is on the low side of the scale (just 4500).
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