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Pathos gnomonic signs or symptoms
After fourteen (14) days or so, these early symptoms usually disappear with or without the use of drugs.
Diacritics There are no pathos gnomonic signs or symptoms (specific) of AIDS.
In fact, the symptoms that arise are due to the so-called opportunistic infections, namely those that take advantage of the weakening of the organism to settle as tuberculosis, pneumonia, etc.. http://vegetariancommunity.activeboard.com/t56133866/please-healp/?page=last#lastPostAnchor
However, there are several symptoms (the patient feels and refers to physician) and signs (what the doctor finds to examine the patient) more or less common in the clinical picture of AIDS, among which the most frequent are:
Rapid weight loss, with loss of more than 10% of body weight; prolonged diarrhea (longer than 1 month), persistent fever (more than 1 month);
Dry cough without apparent reason; night sweats, tiredness, whitish lesions (candidacies or thrush) persistent, especially in the mouth or genitals; reddish stains the body.
Most people who are infected by the HIV virus gets to spend up to ten (10) years without showing any symptoms or signs of the disease, and some may never present, even demonstrably being infected with HIV. http://boards.muscleandfitness.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=14763&sid=79d72e9cc3ef4ad5ac3c47a2c63c8ed7
Considered as risk factors (chance) of contracting the HIV virus following situations or conditions:
Having sex without a condom (condoms), because of the possibility of contact with contaminated semen and vaginal secretions; use of drugs or injecting drugs by any route of administration - intramuscular, intravenous, subcutaneous, intra-particular, act, because of the possibility of the syringe or needle had already been used by another person with the HIV virus.. http://www.thatforumsite.com/viewtopic.php?f=398&t=4815
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