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3 Early Signs Of HIV/AIDS You Should Not Forget

One of humanity's most lethal pathogens, the Human Immune Virus. Since the virus is currently incurable and there is no treatment, it is feared that if someone gets it, they would be dependent on medication for the rest of their life. In spite of the fact that HIV is fatal, there are some interesting facts regarding the disease that everyone should be aware of.

HIV/AIDS doesn't truly exhibit its symptoms till it's in its later stages, one of those facts. Let's take a look at some of the symptoms of HIV that show within two to four weeks of infection. They're listed below.

Irregularities in lymph nodes.

White blood cells contain the lymphatic system. Additionally, the nodes grow swollen and noticeable when a person is struck by a major illness or has a foreign germ enter the body. See a doctor if you detect swollen lymph nodes in your neck or armpits.

Inability to swallow.

Experts say that a person infected with HIV will have flu-like symptoms within a few weeks after contracting the disease. Consult a doctor if you have a sore throat that is painful, in addition to being dry.

The flu.

Fever is one of the first symptoms of HIV infection. At this moment, the body is still reacting to the strange virus that has entered the blood.

Itchy, sore muscles.

Within a few weeks of being infected, this is yet another sign of HIV/AIDS.

Ulcers in the mouth.

You may get sores in your mouth for no obvious cause a few weeks after contracting HIV. All of these are bodily responses to a foreign object touching your skin.


A HIV/AIDS test is recommended, especially in the case of unprotected intercourse, in order to be on the safe side. If you have any of the following symptoms, it does not necessarily mean that you have HIV/AIDS; in some cases, they may be caused by another condition. It is only by having a thorough examination that one can be certain.

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