HIV AIDS usually causes early symptoms that are difficult to understand. There is still an error when determining the type of disease that occurs such as typhoid or fatigue. Whereas HIV AIDS sufferers may have felt scared. Methods to confirm the diagnosis can only be done by blood examination. If you have HIV, you should immediately consult an accredited physician at the clinic. HIV Clinic issued official recommendations and guidelines for post-exposure prophylaxis of HIV after sexual acts, injecting drug use, and other nonoccupational exposure to the HIV virus. In occupational exposure, antiretroviral (ARV) or antiretroviral therapy (HAART) is offered to healthcare workers who have been inadvertent contact with the HIV virus. Prophylaxis Exposure to HIV (HIV PEP) is also offered for high-risk sexual use or injecting drug use. Early HIV-AIDS symptoms do not show HIV AIDS infection at all. Some mild symptoms such as flu, cough, headache, fever, and feeling tired are very reasonable. This condition can occur for 2 to 6 weeks. After that, the condition of the body will recover as usual and the body will actually develop HIV virus for several years.
The lymph nodes present in the body serve to prevent all infections in the body. If the HIV virus has entered the body it can cause swelling of the gland. This condition is caused because the immune decreases drastically and the lymph glands work too hard. Patients may experience this condition for several months. When the HIV virus has entered the body then the body will fight but the viral infection often makes the immune system decline rapidly. After which the body will develop various types of diseases caused due to infections such as pneumonia, infections of the kidneys, eyes, digestive tract, and even down to the brain. This condition causes HIV infection to be difficult to treat. For women and men who are infected with HIV infection can cause reproductive disorders. This disorder causes women to experience menstrual cycle disorders. In addition, other sexual disease problems will also appear more often such as pelvic inflammatory infections, cervical cancer, and venereal disease. HIV AIDS sufferers are very vulnerable to exposure to sunlight. A red rash can appear in all parts of the skin. Usually, starts with a small bump that will make the surrounding skin becomes dull and scaly. In addition, skin diseases can also develop from herpes virus infection.