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Please Go For HIV Test Immediately You Notice These 7 Symptoms In Your Body

HIV is one of the deadliest diseases if it goes unnoticed in time, and symptoms vary from person to person. You are advised to get tested if you think you may have been exposed to the virus or if you experience any of these 7 symptoms.


Read the 7 symptoms below


1. fever


This is usually one of the first symptoms of HIV in the body. During this time, the virus migrates into the bloodstream and begins to multiply. It is associated with various symptoms such as sore throat, inflammation of the lymphatic organs, and weakness of the body.


2. Sore throat and dry cough.


If you find that you have a severe cough that persists even after standard therapy, you should immediately get tested for HIV.


3. Fatigue and headaches.


Now you usually feel weak, dizzy and tired. Severe headaches also occur regularly. This is the result of your immune system being caused by an inflammatory reaction. These symptoms can appear early and late.


4. Any rash.


This rash may appear as inches and pink foci. They can appear as early and late symptoms.


5. Swollen lymph nodes, muscle aches and pains.


Lymph nodes supply blood by removing microscopic organisms and viruses. Once HIV enters the body, the lymph becomes inflamed. This lymph is found in the armpits, groin, and neck. This area of ​​the lymph nodes indicates that you will feel pain if they are inflamed.


6. Nausea, diarrhea and vomiting.


This symptom is common in most of the infected individuals in the early stages. As soon as you find that you cannot stop defecating despite regular therapy, you should get tested for HIV immediately.


7. Sweating at night.


In addition to room temperature or other related causes, early night sweats can be a symptom of HIV.


It is advisable to have an HIV test every 3 months.

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