What Are The Symptoms Of HIV In Females?


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Vanilla sky answered
You should know that HIV is short for "human immunodeficiency virus." AIDS is caused by HIV. HIV damages a person's immune system which leaves them not being able to fight back any kind of a disease.

HIV spreads through body fluids like semen and blood, when they pass from an infected person to a normal person. This virus is usually spread by sexual contact or by using the same drug needles as an HIV infected person.It can also get transferred from a mother to her baby during breast feeding.

Some of the symptoms of HIV could be that the person losses her appetite, has fever, loses weight, experiences fatigue, faces chronic diarrhea, has a continuous dry cough, sweats at night etc.

People who are suffering from HIV do suffer from infections of the skin, TB(tuberculosis), cancer etc. These infections do lead to the death of an AIDS victim.When HIV reaches a person's brain, then it impairs the speech of that person, results in forgetfulness and trembling.

You should that no one can get HIV from hugging or cuddling, touching a person infected with HIV, donating their blood, dry kissing the patient, from the tears of the infected person or from their cough.
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Anonymous commented
One should always remember that there are many diagnosis issues related to the correct identification and diagnosis of HIV, only a qualified medical professional can diagnosis you.

RA, Rheumatoid Arthritis can very nearly appear as HIV on some tests, because it is the immune system attacking the joints of the body.

As well often there is large percentage of false positive tests depending on conditions always get a second opinion, it is noted that even the western blot test, which is touted as the king of the tests for HIV is not always an effective test.

So never assume that you have hiv because you have a few symptoms, it could be anything, definitely see a medical professional
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CARRY OK answered
There is symptoms in everyone that has it. Getting tested is the only way to no for sure.

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