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Symptoms of HIV Infection

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Symptoms of HIV Infection

Stage 1: No Symptoms - In the first stages of HIV, the symptoms don't show up People can live with AIDS for years without knowing it Blood tests will show antibodies after they form to fight the AIDS virus, but it takes the antibodies three months to appear.

Symptoms of Hiv
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It means that if you take a blood test right after you have sex, the virus won't show up for another three months.

Stage 2: Mild Illness - At this stage, the virus grows within the white blood cells and destroys them.

When most of the cells are destroyed, the immune system is destroyed and the body weakens.

Symptom of Aids in Adults

Some symptoms they might have include:

  1. Feeling tired
  2. Weight Loss
  3. General symptoms of - cough, diarrhea, fever, or sweating at night

Stage 3: Severe Illness - By this time, the AIDS virus has nearly destroyed the body's immune system.

  • The body has great difficulty fighting off germs.
  • Also, patients can develop a rare type of cancer called "Kaposi's Sarcoma".
  • AIDS doesn't kill anyone, but other infections and cancer do.

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rohit30

HIV CAN BE CURED BY HAVING DAILY A CUP OF TULSI TEA, A CUP OF NEEM TREE LEAVE CRUSH,1 CUP OF JUICE OF BITTER GOURD IN THE MORNING,1 TEA SPOON OF HONEY FROM A NEEM TREE.BUT TCURE REQUIRES AT LEAST 3 TO 4 YRS TO CURE BY THIS METHOD..JUST TRY..THIS SEEN IN INDIA ..

linzzy

HIV in present does not have any cure ... and the methods suggested by you .. increase the immunity of the patient and does not cure HIV AIDS ... HIV VIRUS was not originated from the animal breed as evryone usually say .. it was discovered by an american scientist who made the virus to finish homosexuality in america .. saliva does not play any role in the transmission of HIV AIDS ...

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