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What are the signs of hiv? I need to know the signs of hiv.

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Dr. John Chiu
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Many

There can be various types of symptoms.
If you are concerned over it, get a blood test

In brief: Many

There can be various types of symptoms.
If you are concerned over it, get a blood test
Dr. John Chiu
Dr. John Chiu
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Dr. Darrell Herrington
And see your physician for a complete evaluation
Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge
Internal Medicine

In brief: Many

Many people who are infected by HIV experience "primary HIV infection" and develop flu-like symptoms about a month or two after the virus enters the body.
This illness can last up to 3 weeks and is manifested by any of the following symptoms: fever, sore muscles, headaches, sore throat, body rash, swollen lymph gland, pain in joins, diarrhea and night sweats. Once this phase has passed, the virus lies latent and an infected person can be without symptoms for months, although some people report ongoing swelling of lymph nodes, primarily in the neck. If HIV begins to progress to full blown aids, the above symptoms will manifest again. If you believe you have been infected with hiv, it is crucial you see your doctor and get tested via blood test.

In brief: Many

Many people who are infected by HIV experience "primary HIV infection" and develop flu-like symptoms about a month or two after the virus enters the body.
This illness can last up to 3 weeks and is manifested by any of the following symptoms: fever, sore muscles, headaches, sore throat, body rash, swollen lymph gland, pain in joins, diarrhea and night sweats. Once this phase has passed, the virus lies latent and an infected person can be without symptoms for months, although some people report ongoing swelling of lymph nodes, primarily in the neck. If HIV begins to progress to full blown aids, the above symptoms will manifest again. If you believe you have been infected with hiv, it is crucial you see your doctor and get tested via blood test.
Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge
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