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So many symptoms, still test negative
      #174119 - 02/08/06 12:06 PM

Since this forum is about putting yourself at high-risk situation for HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases, it seems appropriate to provide a link to an unknown std viral illness group:

To learn more about the aunknownstdviralillness group, please visit
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aunknownstdviralillness

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Re: So many symptoms, still test negative new
      #174139 - 02/08/06 02:55 PM

yes,there is certainly something strange going on.Something is weather untold or just havent been discovered yet.Its not i am paranoid, but something is really going on.

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Re: So many symptoms, still test negative new
      #174142 - 02/08/06 03:08 PM

what are you talking about?

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Re: So many symptoms, still test negative new
      #174252 - 02/09/06 06:25 AM

May I ask how, if medical science has been unable to provide any diagnosis, these people know that their illness is viral? How come it can't be bacterial? Or genetic? Or maybe aliens are visiting them in their sleep and making them ill (there are people who believe this too, I suspect).

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