Symptoms Of Aids And How To Treat Them
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Symptoms Of Aids And How To Treat Them

    Symptoms Of Aids And How To Treat Them

    There are many symptoms of AIDS, but here we'll focus on some of the most common ones.

    AIDS is an infectious disease that attacks the immune system. It causes a number of different symptoms in people who are infected.

    Symptoms Of Aids:

    General Weakness

    People with HIV/AIDS often feel weak and tired. They also tend to lose weight easily. This is because their bodies aren't able to fight off infections as well as they should.

    Weight Loss

    If you're losing weight, you might not realize that you're actually suffering from an infection called candidiasis. Candidiasis is caused by a fungus that grows in the mouth and throat. It's usually harmless, but it can cause discomfort and even sores in the mouth.


    Another symptom of HIV/AIDS is fatigue. This is often one of the first signs people notice when they start showing symptoms. People with HIV/AIDS may feel tired all the time, especially after exercising. They may also feel weak and dizzy.

    Night Sweats

    Night sweats are another common symptom of HIV/AIDS. These occur at night while sleeping. They usually last less than 30 minutes, and then go away. However, they can sometimes happen several times during the night.

    Swollen Lymph Nodes

    Another common symptom of HIV/AIDs is swollen lymph nodes. This occurs when there's an infection in the body. It happens because the immune system attacks the virus.

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    Infectious Diseases

    Prof. M.D.

    Alaettin PAHSA

    Koru Sincan Hospital

    Infectious Diseases

    Specialist M.D.

    Ali ÖZÖN

    Koru Ankara Hospital