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ARS - a definition?
      #15831 - 02/20/01 09:05 AM

O.K. ..... i thought I'd throw this out here. I know it's wrong to obsess on symptoms, but here's the question. It seems like, from most of my research, that ARS comes on rather quickly. It seems like it's like a "hard flu" - comes on strong, and leaves (although it may linger). So, from anyone else ..... what's your opinion? I guess the reason I'm curious is because it seems like if you have a slight fever one day, aching muscles three days later, nausea two days later, swollen glands a week down the road, all the while having a faint reddish tone in the chest (for about three weeks), and then catching a cold a week later..... it doesn't fit. Having long, drawn-out symptoms that come at different times just doesn't seem to match with what the experts say. Feedback?



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Re: ARS - a definition? new
      #15832 - 02/20/01 09:13 AM

To add one more thing: the whole long, drawn out, new symptom every day seems to be more related with obsessing.



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Re: ARS - a definition? new
      #15838 - 02/20/01 11:10 AM

Well, that is pretty much what they say. Many people continue to get new symptoms but still test negative. It does seem that it has something to do with stress and anxiety.



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