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3 HIV Symptoms In Men That Shouldn't Be Ignored.


Both men and women are affected by the human immune virus, which is a fatal disease. It's vital to understand that when men and women contract the virus, their symptoms may differ due to differences in their reproductive organs. After two to four weeks after getting HIV, some persons may start to show symptoms. Acute HIV infection is the first stage of the virus, and it lasts until the body produces antibodies to fight it. After contracting the virus, you may have rashes all over your body, a fever, a sore throat, and a powerful headache.

Most of the symptoms of HIV are also found in other conditions, so it's crucial to get tested to figure out what's wrong with you.

This essay will look at two HIV symptoms in men that should not be overlooked. The following are some of them:

1. Acute phase.

This stage usually occurs 2–4 weeks after transmission and is not seen by everyone.

Fever, nausea, and chills are common symptoms, which are comparable to flu. Because their symptoms are modest, and they do not feel unwell, some people are unaware that they have the virus.

At this point, a person's bloodstream will contain a large amount of virus, making it simple to spread. If a person suspects they may be infected with the virus, they should seek medical help right away.

2. Private organ ulcer.

The ulcer of the private organ is one of the HIV symptoms seen in men. When a man has HIV, sores on his private organ might develop, which are usually unpleasant. After a month of having the condition, the ulcer may form. It's crucial to note that not every HIV-positive male will develop a private organ ulcer.

3. Hypogonadism:

Hypogonadism, or the inability to produce adequate hormones for intimacy, can also affect men. This can affect both men and women, but it is more visible in HIV-positive men. It can cause a man's testosterone levels to drop. As a result, a male may become less active during intimacy.


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