HIV/AIDS EARLY SIGNS NOT TO IGNORE


HIV/AIDS EARLY SIGNS NOT TO IGNORE EnigmaLeo     1280  

9 months ago

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HIV (Human Immune Virus) is a virus that attack immune system and destroys specific types of cell that helps body fight infections.
 
It's one of the deadliest in the world and has no cure but transmitted mostly through unprotected sexual intercourse with infected person or unscreened blood transmission.

HIV becomes more deadly when it becomes AIDs(Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) thus can't be handled efficiently.

I'll be discussing early signs that should not be ignored.

a) Fatigue: Constant tiredness could be a malaria or early sign of HIV.

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To be sure,you need to visit a doctor.

b) Headache: Having headache is normal but when it becomes rampant or constant,it could be a sign of HIV and shouldn't be taken lightly.

c) Rash: Advice is to seek medical help if discovered any unusual rashes which doesn't pint to any condition on your body.

d) Fever: Is sometimes normal we experience in our body but excess of it shows something is going on within our body.

e) Sore throat: Constant sore throat is an early sign not to be ignored.

f) Loss of Appetite: If you enjoy eating a lot but suddenly, you start developing appetite loss even for things you love most.

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Then there's a need to be panic because it's not ordinarily.

        AIDs EARLY SIGNS:
-) Severe weigh loss
-) Rashes
-) Chill and Night sweat
-) White spots in the mouth
-) High Fever
-) Persistent coughing or Difficult breathing.
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