What Are Seeable Signals That Someone Has Aids?

What Are Seeable Signals That Someone Has Aids?

What Are Seeable Signals That Someone Has Aids?

At the beginning, we should speak about the signals. HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection comes when the virus comes in the body of human. It signifies that the person has the virus, that transports the virus, but that person is not positive. HIV infection, with no visual symptoms and signs of sickness can last for years and stay unrecognised. AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) is the final and most serious point of HIV infection. In essence, it is a complete worsening of the defense (immune) function of the organism, and the person is open to different infections. 

We can name four degrees of HIV infection:

- Acute HIV syndrome, followed by a latent period- Growth of lymph nodes - a increasing generalized lymphadenopathy- AIDS-related complex (ARC)- AIDS

Some time after a individual has been infected with the HIV virus, about 70% of them get symptoms of severe HIV syndrome. Symptoms last about 2 calendar weeks and they are similar to flu symptoms. Unluckily, nearly all of the infected do not discover them, but identification of these symptoms in this early stage would give to better handling. Some signals are: fever, sore throat, rash, diarrhea, headache, loss of appetite, nausea.

After the initial reaction of the body, starts latent period during which there is no visual aspect of any signals, except sometimes more or less enlarged lymph nodes. HIV antibodies can be discovered by examination in the lab, but the virus is tough to trace in the blood. At this point, the patient is contagious, and he can transfer HIV to other people.

Following stage is growth of lymph nodes. 

This phase can be skipped over and patients can change immediately from latency phase in the ARC  key symptoms of ARC are the temperature, long-term diarrhoea and weight loss along with some opportunistic infections, mouth candidiasis, vaginal candidiasis, herpes zoster, peripheral neuropathy, cervical dysplasia.

At Last, AIDS phase. 

The patient in this phase can recover from opportunistic infections, but they shortly re-occur, with serious and frequent symptoms. Healing of them all gets more and more hard and finally the patient dies. Results are viewable on the brain, bowels, junctions, kidneys, blood forming organs and skin. Common signals are present as in the ARC: temperature, diarrhea and loss of bodily mass. Weight loss is in particular pronounced and the patient in the ultimate phase looks like a live skeleton.

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