Within one or two months from the date of entry of HIV in the body, from forty to ninety percent of patients are with flu-like symptoms. However, sometimes these symptoms do not appear for several years, even ten years after infection.
When you have a part of them or most of them are present, the red light is needed to illuminate and you have to explore, as follows:
1. Repeated mild fever.
2. A dry cough – The earliest symptom of HIV.
3. Often inflamed joints.
4. Tired constant – Fatigue is one of the first signs of HIV
5. diarrhea and nausea – In the early stages of HIV, approximately 40% suffer from diarrhea and nausea.
6. At the beginning of infection, sixty percent of patients complained of frequent night sweats, expressed without reason.
7. rashes – This is also a common symptom in early stages of HIV.
8. Cognitive disorders.
9. In later stages of inflammation, inflammation of the mouth is typical of infected humans.
10. Genital herpes and cold sores on the mouth occur in the early stages of the virus.