HIV and AIDS are diseases that unfortunately don’t have a cure yet; millions of people in the world have to deal with this disease, and even newborns come into this world with the infection because their mothers were infected.
It is important that you take this seriously, taking the necessary tests to know if you have got HIV, because that’s the only way to know.
It is important that you get to know the symptoms, which are presented in stages.
1. First stage: Symptoms very similar to those of a flu will appear, it can actually happen that within years you will not have any symptom, as well as that within just a few weeks after getting the virus.
You will feel these symptoms: headaches, fever, swollen lymph nodes and joint pain. These symptoms can last for several weeks.
2. Second stage: After the flu symptoms are gone, the virus become latent; you will feel good though, but that’s where you should have more attention because you can feel that way for many years.
3. Third stage: The HIV infection has already become AIDS, and it’s very likely that nothing can be done, that person doesn’t live for more than a couple of years.
At this stage people lose weight very quickly, have recurrent pneumonia and a dry cough that doesn’t go away with anything, herpes and in some cases dementia.
In this video you can watch the 3 stages
It is a very painful process, that’s why you have to be careful and aware.
Don’t forget to take the test.