AIDS doesn't necessarily have any particular visible signs. Frequently people in full blown AIDS will suffer from wasting syndrome which means they will lose weight dramatically. AIDS patients are also susceptible to a form of skin cancer called Karposi's sarcoma which produces dark patches on the skin. But a patient can be in full blown AIDS without either of those conditions. An AIDS patient will be very sick but not necessarily with any particular visible symptoms.
It is not possible to look at someone even in full blown AIDS and tell that they have AIDS. AIDS is a syndrome which means it is a combination of a number of different problems and as a result its symptoms usually look like those of other diseases and conditions as well. Even very classic looking patients (with both wasting syndrome and Karposi's sarcoma) are not necessarily AIDS patients - only a doctor can make that determination.
yes , all chemical reactions are visible
It aids in helping us to see stuff.
There are no reliable outward signs of HIV infection, specifically not relating to the genital area.
According to scientists, the changes that are visible during a chemical reaction are signs that the atoms in the reactants have been rearranged.
There are not always visible signs.
Weight loss,night sweats,fatiuqe,loss of apitite
can youtell me the signs in a person that have HIV ;AIDS
There are no visible signs of it. And she haven't said that she is. So no.
Not being sick is one visible sign of your immune system working.
A person with AIDS looks like anybody else, a normal person. It is impossible to tell if someone is infected with AIDS just by looking at them. It has no outward signs that would let you know if a person has it. In later stages of AIDS, they may often take on a very sick, gaunt appearance, because of AIDS ravaging their body, but there would be no signs that they have any particular illness.