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    Kagoya J.
    UG
    Kagoya J.

    you can only tell if some one has HIV by testing.

    Kagoya J.
    UG
    Kagoya J.

    Most common HIV symptoms in men are: HIV symptoms in men; The symptoms of HIV can vary greatly from person to person. No two men with HIV will experience the exact same symptoms. However, an HIV infection in men will generally follow this pattern: •acute illness •asymptomatic period •advanced infection Acute illness Approximately 80 percent of people who are infected with HIV experience flu-like symptoms within two to four weeks after becoming infected. This flu-like illness is known as acute HIV infection. It’s the primary stage of the infection and lasts until the body has created antibodies against the HIV virus. The most common symptoms include: •body rash •fever •sore throat •severe headaches Less common symptoms may include: •fatigue •swollen lymph nodes •ulcers in the mouth or on the genitals •muscle aches and joint pain •nausea and vomiting •night sweats Symptoms typically last one to two weeks. If you’re experiencing several of these symptoms and suspect you may have been infected, schedule an appointment with your doctor and get tested. Asymptomatic period After the initial symptoms disappear, HIV may not cause any other symptoms for months or years. During this time, the virus replicates within your body and begins to weaken your immune system. You won’t feel or look sick, but the virus is still active, and you can easily transmit it to others. This is why early testing, even when you feel fine, is so important. Advanced infection It may take up to 10 years or longer, but HIV may eventually break down your immune system. Once this happens, HIV will progress to AIDS, which is the last stage of infection. At this point, your immune system is severely damaged, making you more susceptible to opportunistic infections. These are conditions that the body would normally be able to fight off, but that can be life-threatening to those infected with HIV. You may notice that you frequently get colds, flus, and fungal infections. You might also experience the following AIDS symptoms: •nausea •vomiting •persistent diarrhea •chronic fatigue •rapid weight loss •cough and shortness of breath •recurring fever, chills, and night sweats •rashes, sores, or lesions in the mouth or nose, on the genitals, or under the skin •prolonged swelling of the lymph nodes in the armpits, groin, or neck •memory loss, confusion, or neurological disorders

    Noel W.
    MW
    Noel W.

    AIDS symptoms appear in the most advanced stage of HIV disease. In addition to a badly damaged immune system, a person with AIDS may also have thrush — a thick, whitish coating of the tongue or mouth that is caused by a yeast infection and sometimes accompanied by a sore throat severe or recurring l yeast infections chronic pelvic inflammatory disease severe and frequent infections periods of extreme and unexplained tiredness that may be combined with headaches, lightheadedness, and/or dizziness

    Hafsah D.
    NG
    Hafsah D.

    What are anti retrovirals

    Lawrence T.
    GH
    Lawrence T.

    AIDS symptoms appear in the most advanced stage of HIV disease. In addition to a badly damaged immune system, a person with AIDS may also have thrush — a thick, whitish coating of the tongue or mouth that is caused by a yeast infection and sometimes accompanied by a sore throat severe or recurring l yeast infections chronic pelvic inflammatory disease severe and frequent infections periods of extreme and unexplained tiredness that may be combined with headaches, lightheadedness, and/or dizziness quick loss of more than 10 pounds of weight that is not due to increased physical exercise or dieting bruising more easily than normal long periods of frequent diarrhea frequent fevers and/or night sweats swelling or hardening of glands located in the throat, armpit, or groin periods of persistent, deep, dry coughing increasing shortness of breath the appearance of discolored or purplish growths on the skin or inside the mouth unexplained bleeding from growths on the skin, from the mouth, nose, anus, or , or from any opening in the body frequent or unusual skin rashes severe numbness or pain in the hands or feet, the loss of muscle control and reflex, paralysis, or loss of muscular strength confusion, personality change, or decreased mental abilities

    Bitrus S.
    NG
    Bitrus S.

    zero conversion is usually over a period of 6 weeks.

    Zeeshan J.
    AU
    Zeeshan J.

    symptomps are often discovered in later stage of hiv

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What is this topic?

    Jonathan Tapima B.
    SL
    Jonathan Tapima B.

    HIV virus attack the white blood cell when it enters in the body but ironically the white blood cell is there to defend the body from any foreign organism. why that happen

    Simbararshe C.
    ZW
    Simbararshe C.

    After the early stages of HIV infection the disease moves into stage called the clinical latency stage-means a period where a virus is living or developing in a person without producing symptoms

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