Although you most certainly know, we will tell you that HIV is a sexually transmitted disease. It means that you can get HIV  virus by having unprotected sex with someone who already has HIV. It completely clear that it’s hard to diagnose HIV just  after a headache, but it’s important to recognize the signs in the early stages, so that you can treat the disease. The followings are the most common signs that most of the people affected by this disease had.

  1. Fever

Fever can be an early sign of HIV, but never make fast conclusions. If the fever stays despite the medicines you are taking, for a longer period of time, consult your doctor. Longtime fevers are a major sign of HIV.

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  1. Fatigue

The HIV virus makes you feel tired all the time because reduces your energy levels.

  1. Muscle ache

Pain in the legs, joints and back while you are doing minor efforts and everyday normal tasks, can be a sign and you must visit a doctor and do some tests.

  1. Headache and sore throat

The HIV virus weakens your immune system and this is why you will be prone to any kind of infections, headaches, and flues. This means that is you have HIV, sore throat and headaches will be inevitable every day and night.

  1. Rashes on skin

You know that the skin is the mirror to the health, and if you have HIV your skin  reflects that. It’s most probably that you will get itchy rashes as a warning sign.

  1. Weight loss

Losing the appetite and by that losing some weight, can be a sign of this disease.

  1. Dry cough
 One very usual symptom are dry sticky cough that form and remain in the throat.
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Although you most certainly know, we will tell you that HIV is a sexually transmitted disease. It means that you can get HIV  virus by having unprotected sex with someone who already has HIV. It completely clear that it’s hard to diagnose HIV just  after a headache, but it’s important...