16 Signs A Person Might Have HIV

1)Fever
One of the first signs of ARS can be a mild fever, up to
about 102 degrees F.
The fever, if it occurs at all, is often accompanied by other
usually mild symptoms, such as fatigue, swollen lymph
glands, and a sore throat.
“At this point the virus is moving into the blood stream and
starting to replicate in large

2)Fatigue
The inflammatory response generated by your besieged
immune system also can cause you to feel tired and
lethargic. Fatigue can be both an early and later sign of
HIV.

3)Achy muscles, joint pain, swollen lymph nodes.

4)Sore throat and headache.

5)Skin rash
Skin rashes can occur early or late in the course of HIV/
AIDS.

6)Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea.

7)Weight loss
Once called “AIDS wasting,” weight loss is a sign of more
advanced illness and could be due in part to severe
diarrhea.

8)Dry cough.

9)Pneumonia.

10)Night sweats
.
11)Nail changes:
Another sign of late HIV infection are nail changes, such as
clubbing (thickening and curving of the nails), splitting of
the nails, or discoloration (black or brown lines going either
vertically or horizontally).
Often this is due to a fungal infection, such as candida.

12)Yeast infections
Another fungal infection that’s common in later stages is
thrush, a mouth infection caused by Candida, a type of
yeast.

13)Confusion or difficulty concentrating
Cognitive problems could be a sign of HIV-related
dementia, which usually occurs late in the course of the
disease.
In addition to confusion and difficulty concentrating, AIDS-
related dementia might also involve memory problems
and behavioral issues such as anger or irritability.

14)Cold sores or private part herpes
Cold sores (oral herpes) and private part herpes can be a sign
of both ARS and late-stage HIV infection.
And having herpes can also be a risk factor for contracting
HIV. This is because private part herpes can cause ulcers
that
make it easier for HIV to enter the body during s*x. And
people who have HIV tend to have more severe herpes
outbreaks more often because HIV weakens the immune
system.

15)Tingling and weakness
Late HIV can also cause numbness and tingling in the
hands and feet. This is called peripheral neuropathy, which
also occurs in people with uncontrolled diabetes.

16)Menstrual irregularities.
Please, go and check your status. Protect yourself in
everyway you can against this deadful scourge

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