The same symptoms as AIDS everywhere else
A person infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, can show no symptoms. AIDS is the disease characterized by the symptoms.
The diagnosis for AIDS is AIDS. Do you mean symptoms?
Simply search for AIDS Symptoms or go to www.AIDSHealth.org for answers
No, he is HIV positive but does not have symptoms of AIDS
No - there are drugs that can control the symptoms of HIV/AIDS but there is no cure
No,AIDS is not a disease, it is a syndrome( group of symptoms). So you can not classify AIDS further. ,
There are numerous resources to find information on the symptoms for HIV and AIDS. The WebMD online information is very accurate. One can also refer to the local library to find detailed information on symptoms for HIV and AIDS.
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AIDS and cancer.
Strictly speaking, AIDS is not an illness and therefore does not have specific side effects / symptoms - it is a syndrome (a collection of symptoms / illnesses) caused by severe, or late stage, HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) infection.The range of symptoms experienced by a person who is diagnosed with AIDS can vary from none at all (they simply have a weakened immune system that leaves them vulnerable to a host of opportunistic infections) to depression and any of the symptoms associated with the more than twenty AIDS-defining illnesses. See "What is AIDS?" for a full list of AIDS-defining illnesses.
The early symptoms of AIDS are many and varied. Common symptoms include fever, muscle soreness, fatigue, headaches, sore throat and mouth or genital ulcers.
A person does not have AIDS until they are diagnosed with the condiition. AIDS is a result of advanced HIV infection. HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. There are no reliable symptoms that point to HIV infection. The only effective way to know your status is to get tested.
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Really bad diarrhea and AIDS
there is headache,rashes,nausea,pharyngitis and fever
symptoms of HIV/ AIDS
Symptoms of untreated AIDS/HIV include:night sweatsunexplained weight lossfrequent opportunistic infectionsunusual, rare infections or cancers
Yes, that is one of the symptoms of AIDS.
There is no way to tell if you have AIDS without taking a blood test. You can not rely on the symptoms only to determine whether or not you have HIV or AIDS.
No, herpes is caused by a separate virus and is in no way related to HIV or AIDS. Sores, rashes, and other non-healing skin issues are symptoms of AIDS, but doesn't mean you have AIDS.
cancer is a good one. aids is good too.
It means that they have been infected with the HIV virus and are currently showing symptoms of the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS).
AIDS or HIV is a latent disease. It can show up years after contracting the disease.