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Had protected intercourse, feels fatigue, rashes on neck. Syphilis and HIV test negative. Skin diseases?

Hi i had protected intercourse with a new partner and soon after i have the following symptoms, xtreme fatique the next day and some rash in the neck, a flulike feeling n chills on the day after. on the third day, visible redness on the lips n around it which hurts when i was shaven, a kind of ulcer(feels like the mouth thicken) inside the lips and tip of tongue which burn when using mouthwash . i had syphilis n hiv tested about 5 weeks after the encounter which came out negative. Pls help whether this is std or a type of skin diseases as I never feel fit since after the infection and the feeling in the mouth, tongue, n the rash persists. Thank you.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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It looks like STD as the entire problem started after the intercourse,during the process of other activities like kissing etc.the tests may be repeated again after 8 weeks and you should consult STD specialist to get appropriate antibiotics for required duration with other precautionary measures to get yourself cured.
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