HIV can be transmitted due to unprotected sex and also by getting in contact with someone who is already a victim of HIV. Every disease has a mild beginning; it is unpredictable to find out the reason behind simply even a headache. You need to read your body every time without ignoring any changes you encounter new.
Here we gathered some useful information for our readers about signs and symptoms of HIV. Do learn them and educate others around you as well.
Sudden fever with the cold can be a normal flu but if it stays for long time, you need to get it tested without any delay. It could be the major symptom of disease like HIV.
HIV virus directly affects the body’s stamina and reduces body’s energy level. Your body answers you for the new task you’ve decided to start even before the day ends.
- Muscle ache
Your joints, legs, and back starts aching hard. It makes even the easy routine responsibilities difficult for you.
- Headache and sore throat
The immunity gets weak, and that’s why infections attack the body easily. One often feels irritation in throat and also the headache stays for several days and even nights.
Below are the some more HIV symptoms that one should need to know.
- Rashes on skin
Skin reveals all about the health. The effect of HIV also appears on the skin in the form of the itchy rashes.
- Weight loss
Your favorite dish doesn’t seduce you anymore. And, suddenly you start reducing your weight.
- Dry cough
Formation of dry sticky cough which remains in the throat is one of the main symptoms of HIV.
- Sweating in nights
Your nights go stressed for a comfortable sleep. You keep changing sides and find trouble in breathing. It feels very suffocating and your body sweats in any temperature.
- Brittle unhealthy nails
Even nails get hard and you can encounter color changes in your nails. Nails turn yellow.
- Difficulty in concentration and focus
An unhealthy body thus leads to an unhealthy mind. You feel restless all the time and struggle a lot to set focus in the work.
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