That is what i have been thinking in the back of my mind and i do believe you. I have recently broke up with my ex of 5 yrs and have some family problems that have been causing alot of stress and depression. I just dont see how that can cause swollen glands and nodes though. The timings would add up correctly for the symptoms but then again it would be from oral. After everything i found out she slept with this needle using drug addict that is in and out of jail so that has been worrying me alot also. Thank you for your response and time gail i really appreciate it.View Thread
That is what i have been thinking in the back of my head and i do believe u.The times are right for the symptoms to be setting in but ya that would be from oral sex. I recently had just brokeup with my ex after 5 year which put alot of stress on me as well and i have some family problems right now. I dont get how stress and drinking can make nodes swell in diff places of your body however. I sometimes think maybe i didnt wear the condom correctly also. I really appreciate ur response and your time thank you gailView Thread
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