HIV AIDS does take time before the virus actually infects into the body. Early symptoms of HIV infection can cause common health problems like flu, cough, fever, and headaches. But after two weeks more and the body reacts greatly to the HIV virus infection than other symptoms often arise. Here are the various symptoms that appear in accordance with the stage of infection of the HIV virus to AIDS. All people with HIV AIDS usually have several different symptoms. Every early stage usually produces symptoms of common diseases. HIV infection usually increases symptoms after a viral period enters the body between 2 to 6 weeks. The body will send a response that indicates that the virus has entered the body. These early symptoms may appear at different times, even those with HIV who have not experienced symptoms for more than 8 years. If you have HIV, you should immediately consult an accredited physician at the clinic. HIV PEP Clinic uses the latest antiretroviral (ARV) medications according to the latest guidelines. The optimal time limit for starting PEP is within 24 hours of exposure, although it has proven useful up to 72 hours after exposure.
Here are some common early symptoms of HIV AIDS: high fever that sometimes heals itself, but can reappear in a sudden, sore throat and usually more often seen as flu symptoms, there is a rash and black on the skin, The body will feel more tired and can not perform activities freely, the pain in all parts of the joints and muscles, swelling of the gland is not accompanied by pain, a very severe headache and can cause people unable to wake up or open the eyes . At a later stage then the actual patient does not feel the symptoms as in the early stages. The virus will develop in the body and not cause pain. Yet during this period viral actually develops and damages the body system. Care and treatment performed at an advanced stage serve to control cell growth and maintain organ damage. Usually, the advanced stage can reach 10 years or more depending on the condition of the patient. At this stage, the patient can still have the potential to transmit HIV even though the virus that grows in the body the number is already smaller.