HIV/AIDS / AIDS Symptoms

The time elapsed between exposure to HIV virus and appearance of symptoms is called window period. Some HIV infected patients remain without symptoms for years together during the window period. Common symptoms appearing in an AIDS patient are-
  • Lengthy inexplicable fatigue, headache, loss of weight.
  • Swelling in joints, joint pain.
  • Intermittent fever and chills.
  • Frequent diarrhoea and occasional constipation
  • Excessive sweating especially during night
  • Swelling gums and sore throat.
  • Cough, candida, pneumocystis
  • Skin rashes, genital sores
  • Generalized itching
  • Blurred vision, decreased vision.
  • Chest pain, back pain, muscle pain, abdominal pain.
  • Lose of appetite, indigestion.
  • Speech impediment, Retarding intellectual function
  • Memory loses cold intolerance.
  • Anxiety, stress and tension.
HIV AIDS treatment is not complicated, knowing what drugs you are taking, how they work against HIV, and why it is so important to take them as prescribed (on time, with or without food, etc.) can really help in the fight against HIV. HIV AIDS treatment is safer, if your treatment consists of toxic free, side-effect free medications. HIV AIDS treatment becomes more comfortable, if your treatment doesn’t ask for switching on to new drug combination because of drug resistance. HIV AIDS treatment is not complicated, knowing what drugs you are taking, how they work against HIV, and why it is so important to take them as prescribed (on time, with or without food, etc.) can really help in the fight against HIV. HIV AIDS treatment is safer, if your treatment consists of toxic free, side-effect free medications. HIV AIDS treatment becomes more comfortable, if your treatment doesn’t ask for switching on to new drug combination because of drug resistance.