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Swollen Lymph Nodes, No Fever

I've had some exposure last December 2010 and February/March 2011. On April I developed skin rashes on my groin. It went away after I consulted with the dermatologist she said its eczema so I moved on. But after 1 week, all my lymph nodes area became tender and painful. In the first 2 weeks there was no swelling, after that my armpit glands swelled followed by both sides of my neck. They are not visible. They are big as M&M peanuts. They are painful/tender. My CBC is normal. Mono is negative. I will get tested for HIV but any idea first? I had no fever or sore throat. How much percentage do people experience ARS once exposed?
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What was your exposure?
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Anal penetration (No ejaculation). MSM
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Protected or unprotected?
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Unprotected. But it was quick. Does my symptoms possible signs of HIV? My lymph nodes has been swelling for nearly a month now. Never had fever/sore throat. Ive had some rashes on my groin but looks like eczema/jock itch looking.
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Test at 3 months. No your symptoms do not sound like ARS, but you can never use symptoms to diagnosis.
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