Symptoms of HIV

Symptoms of HIV

Symptoms of HIV

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Immediately after exposure to the virus, the infected person may experience acute antiretroviral syndrome, which is the incubation period in which the immune system is first exposed to HIV. The body tries to have a solid response to the virus and, while it can not completely eliminate it, tries to fight it while it is installed in the body. Common symptoms during this stage of the virus include the following:

fatigue weight loss Frequent fever and sweating enlarged lymph nodes yeast infections of the skin Persistent skin rashes or peeling of the skin

Patients may recall having had symptoms similar to those of the flu at some point, but they may not have consulted a physician or performed HIV tests at the time of acute infection. After this episode, HIV is installed in the body and the person can feel relatively well for many years, without negative consequences due to exposure to the virus. During this time, the organism and the virus coexist in a sort of equilibrium; but if left untreated, the virus will finally begin to take over the immune system and decimate a set of body cells that are critical to fighting infections.