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A 19-year-old male asked:

Is hiv be cured permanently on early stage?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 26 years experience
Not: permanently cured. But if HIV positive there are many healthy lifestyle choices that can be be made in addition to antiretroviral therapy (ART) to promote continued good health.
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A 48-year-old member asked:

What are symptoms of HIV at early stage?

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Dr. Kathleen Mullane
Internal Medicine 33 years experience
Acute retroviral sx: The most common symptoms of acute retroviral infection is no signs/symptoms. The acute syndrome is no different in males or females ; may present as a mononucleosis like illness. Fever (38-40c), fatigue, ; myalgias; sore throat w/ or w/o swollen tonsils; generalized red body rash; non-tender swelling of lymph nodes in armpits ; front /back of the neck. It takes an alert physician to diagnose!
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