• flu like symptoms that won't go away despite treatment sores that won't heal general maliase (fatigue) cold sores yellowing of eyes (could be a co-infection) if in doubt, get a free test!
  • 1)The patient becomes prone to other diseases due to break down in immune system. 2)Severe damage to brain.The patient loses his memory and ability to speak and think. 3)The patient becomes lean. 4)loss of appetite 5)Haemorrhage.
  • AIDS doesn't always have these symptoms, there is a lot of debate between the term HIV & AIDS the best site I think is Years ago there was a magical number of Cd4 ( the healthy cells that help fight ) but over time we have learned that people who are HIV positive can get very sick and then their CD4 count can go back up with medicines, healthy living, and nutrition. Anyone can be HIV positive and infect you whether they look sick or look strikingly healthy. Matt
  • Common symptoms are fevers, sweats (particularly at night), swollen glands, chills, weakness, and weight loss. Note: Initial infection with HIV can produce no symptoms. Most people, however, do experience flu-like symptoms with fever, rash, sore throat, and swollen lymph nodes, usually two weeks after contracting the virus. Some people with HIV infection remain without symptoms for years between the time of exposure and development of AIDS.
  • Death. the eventual symptom of life we all will face.

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