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Signs and Symptoms of HIV/AIDS:

Signs and Symptoms of HIV/AIDS

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Stage 1: Primary HIV Infection Many people who are infected with hiv do not develop symptoms or signs at all. Others will have signs and symptoms in first two to four weeks after HIV infection, referred to as primary . The most common symptoms are flu -like or mononucleosis -like illness within several days to weeks after exposure to the virus, including

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Fever H eadach e ulcers in the mouth Fatigue weight loss Sweating rash that may come and go quickly sore throat swollen lymph nodes

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Stage 2: Clinical Latency Stage: After a cute infection,this virus appears to become dormant, and the person feels normal. This stage of HIV may last an average of 8 to 10 years, but it can vary among individuals and strains of HIV. During the latent period, the infection continues to multiply actively. It infects and kills critical infection fighting cells, a type of white blood cell called as CD4 cells or T helper cells.

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Even though the person has no symptoms can pass HIV through the routes As the virus overwhelms to CD4 cells, the HIV viral load starts to rise, and the CD4 begins to drop. As this happens, he or she may begin to have symptoms as the virus levels increases in the body. 

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Stage 3: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS ) AIDS is the later stage of HIV virus, when the body starts losing T cells and its ability to fight infections. Once the CD4 cells count falls low enough then infected person is said to have AIDS or HIV disease . Sometimes, the diagnosis of AIDS is made because of the person has unusual infections that signal how weak the immune system is.

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This type of  infections that occur with AIDS are called opportunistic infections because they take advantage of the opportunity to infect a weakened host. The person diagnosed with AIDS may need to be on antibiotic prophylaxis to prevent certain opportunistic infections from occurring. The AIDS-defining infections includes following:

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Pneumonia caused by Pneumocystis jiroveci . Toxoplasmosis , a brain infection . Widespread (disseminated) infection with a bacteria. Yeast ( Candida ) infection of the mouth and swallowing tube. Disseminated diseases with certain fungi .

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