when i open this sites i feel bad on watching where are those guys who posted their post years before, why they stop place their health information.
i am also sailing in same boat where you are now. i have my all types of test with in this 3 years. no one phd docter can able to notice my symptom whats going on. my symptoms are getting more worse than before. i always have a mind to be sucied,
may be my friends we everyone of us have to something in time otherwise it will be too late.
now all in my family filling a same problem since 1 year. belive me friend this is not hiv but it may be bigger than that,,,,,
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replied April 28th, 2018

The symptoms of HIV and AIDS vary, depending on the phase of infection.‎

Within the first few weeks
When first infected with HIV, you may have no signs or symptoms at all, although you're still able to transmit the ‎virus to others. Many people develop a brief flu-like illness in about 6 weeks after becoming infected. ‎

Signs and symptoms may include: Fever, Headache, Sore throat, Swollen lymph glands, Rash

You may remain symptom-free for years. ‎
But as the virus continues to multiply and destroy immune cells, you may develop mild infections or chronic ‎symptoms such as: Swollen lymph nodes , Diarrhea, Weight loss, Fever, Cough and shortness of breath

If you receive no treatment for your HIV infection, the disease typically progresses to AIDS in about 10 years. By the ‎time AIDS develops, your immune system has been severely damaged, making you susceptible to opportunistic ‎infections — diseases that wouldn't trouble a person with a healthy immune system. ‎

The signs and symptoms of some of these infections may include: Soaking night sweats, Shaking chills or fever ‎higher than 100 F (38 C) for several weeks, Cough and shortness of breath , Chronic diarrhea, Persistent white spots ‎or unusual lesions on your tongue or in your mouth, Headaches , Persistent, unexplained fatigue, Blurred and ‎distorted vision , Weight loss, Skin rashes or bumps. ‎

As explained above, HIV symptoms can be very confusing, and many other conditions can be mistaken for HIV. Hence HIV is not ‎‎‎‎‎‎diagnosed based on signs or symptoms. It is ‎‎diagnosed based on serology tests detecting HIV antigens and ‎‎antibodies ‎‎‎‎‎in the blood. ‎

If you think, you may be infected with HIV, consult your doctor and seek a proper medical opinion.

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