See the first signs of HIV infection.
World AIDS Day is celebrated around the world on 1 December. World AIDS Day is one of eight official global public health campaigns recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO). AIDS has so far killed millions of people worldwide, with an estimated 36.7 million people still living with HIV.
The first signs of infection
Although the symptoms of HIV vary from person to person, the first signs of infection usually appear within the first 1-2 months. Some people suffer from severe flu. This is known as the ‘seroconversion’ period. This article outlines the main symptoms that appear when AIDS comes in. It is advisable to consult a doctor before testing the risk of the disease.
The most common symptom of HIV is the fever. Then there are mild symptoms, such as frequent fatigue, swelling or bloating of the lymph nodes, and sore throat. At this time the virus is in the bloodstream and begins to recur more. As it happens more and more the inflammatory response in the body’s immune system.
Fatigue and headaches
The inflammatory response caused by the immune system causes fatigue and lethargy when HIV is blocked. Sometimes the wind blows when walking. Fatigue is an early and later symptom of HIV.
Lymph nodes are part of the body’s immune system. Protects your blood by eliminating bacteria and viruses. But when there is an infection, the lymph nodes swell. Some of them are in the ankle, groin, and neck, which can cause pain in the area.
Rash on the skin
During the course of ‘seroconversion’, rashes in the skin may appear early or late. In some cases, these rashes may appear as itchy, pink streaks.
Many people experience early digestive system problems with HIV. But nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea may appear in the later stages of infection. Diarrhea is an unresponsive and unresponsive HIV indication for general treatment.
Dry cough weekly
Some people infected with HIV may develop severe dry coughs that last for weeks and months. It is a characteristic feature of very sick HIV patients.
Many people have night sweats at an early stage of HIV. It can become more common after infection. Note, it is not sweating that comes with exercise or without air.
As the infection begins to spread, the flu, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting increase. All of these can lead to severe weight loss.
When the yeast infection
begins to spread, it can negatively impact the immune system. Often have to suffer multiple infections. One of them is a yeast infection. It is caused by a fungus called Candida.
Most people fail to recognize the etiology of HIV infection when they fail to recognize it. Then they continue to have unprotected sex, spreading the disease unwittingly. Ensure Immediately After the appearance of symptoms, it is important to get tested as soon as possible.
How can you know?
Modern HIV tests can detect infections within 11 days if unsafe sex and injectable devices are shared, and if the infected’s blood is thought to belong to the body. Therefore, if you are infected with HIV, it is best to get tested immediately and prevent the infection from spreading to others.