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ARS Symptoms facts

ARS symptoms occur 2-4 weeks after exposure and last only for 1 week or so most mainly FEVER . Swollen Lymph nodes and rash and they come all together ARS symptoms never come one after the other
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Thanks u solve my problem
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YOU NEVER HAD A RISK
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u never had an exposure but i just posted it to relief u because ur suffering from anxiety please move on
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EDUCATION and living with HIV.
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Thanks a lot for your help, i had one more exposure past 10 months bach that was condom broken incident and i was tested 4-5 time for that exposure all test result was negative and my last test was done after 9months of my 1st exposure for that region only i am asking again and again that after 9months any hiv symptoms can comes or not. Thanks once again for helping me.
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man stop it u have no hiv i told u 2 4 weeks after exposure not 8 =9 years come on man u have OCD please go to OCD page
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