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Hiv Symptoms In Men Early Manifests

Many of the HIV symptoms can easily be mistaken for other diseases and never paid too much attention. HIV Symptoms In Men are often confused with the early symptoms of flue, and thus the virus can go undetected.

In the first two weeks after the infection, the symptoms dbut with a fever, head each and sometimes eczemas. It can be considered that constant flues are no longer illnesses, but symptoms of an HIV infestation.

HIV Symptoms In Men can also be tightly connected to the fact that the mans body is becoming more sensitive to infections or to other mild viruses.

The HIV attacks the immune system; thus the body will have big troubles into fighting off even the most common virus such as a flue or a skin germ, that most of the people come in contact with every day.

If the regular medical check never includes antibiotics in mild flues or infections, when it comes to HIV sufferers, the antibiotics are administrated as soon as possible.

Beside the fact that the mans body becomes very sensitive, there are also some psychological factors which can determine the HIV infection in the body.

The HIV early symptoms are mostly discomfort stages. At a constant level of discomfort, the patient can become depressed; suffer from anxiety or lack of social interest.

All these symptoms are manifested even earlier than the HIV virus can reproduce itself in the entire body. The first symptoms of HIV that do not allow one to have a good feeling about his body, like comfort, no head each, no fever or any other linked symptom, create a bad metal state.

Detecting the virus in the first two weeks, in which these symptoms first emerge, is very difficulty. Due to the fact that the body still has not learned to produce antibodies to fight of the virus, in two weeks the test can show up negative, although is positive.

About the Author:
Some people experience signs and symptoms of HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus), as soon as they become infected, while others do not. When they occur, early signs and symptoms are often mistaken for the flu or a mild viral infection. Our blog provides in depth view of the different symptoms.

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  1. QUESTION:
    irregular period with a few pregnancy symptoms?
    my last regular period was Jan 1. i had unprotected sex Jan 16th (pullout method). I was late 3 days and when my period came it lasted 2 days very light bleeding, no cramping (regular period 5 days heavy bleeding major cramping). I have been having pregnancy symptoms ongoing for the past 7 weeks; tender breast, bumps on my nipples, being exhausted after 9 hours of sleep, moody, elevated body temp, back pain
    light headaches, stomach ache, very bad gas, but no sickness. i’ve taken 3 hpt neg. whats going on? can anyone help, i know i’m not the only one? I had a miscarrage 6 weeks into preg in 06, and had a myomectomy (removed fibroid tumors) Jan 07. can fibriods be back? If so why no heavy bleeding? I’m confused HEEEEELLLLLPPPPP!

    • ANSWER:
      go to ur gyno!!!!!!!!11

  2. QUESTION:
    So many symptoms, no answers?
    My partner started having severe low back/pelvic pain.She,s 40yr, non smoker, very active, goes to the gym eats right. It started 4 months ago when she realized she had pain when she sat for more than 2 hours,so at work she stood during her 10 hr shift.Then the pain came when she sat for more than 5 minutes,now she cant sit down at all.When she sleeps at night she wakes up screaming in pain when she goes to move or shift her position.She says it feels as if her pelvis is frozen,and has to “chip away at the ice” to move, which causes her pain that goes to 10 instantly.She’s been to OB/GYN,Spine specialist,primary care MD,and GI,she,s had x-ray,cat scan, MRI,blood tests,and bone scan,other than an extremly slow colin they find nothing. She had endometriosis, frequent fibriods and ovarian cysts.She has not had endo pain in years and her pain does not come with her period.Yesterday a new symptom, pain and numbness down her left arm.She,s at the end of her road. please help
    She takes 15-20grams of fiber a day, vitamins, probiotics, anything and everything she has tried to solve this problem. She,s been a nurse for 20 years and knows the tricks of the trade so to speak. She,s been extremly proactive about solving this, no one seems to have an answer.
    As i sit here filling in her history her back/pelvic pain is combining with the sharp numbness in her arm, she now has the sharp shooting down her leg, the only thing that ties them is that their both on the left side. I,ve made moist heating pads by wetting towels , putting them in plastic bags and putting them in the microwave. aaahhh so frustrating

    • ANSWER:
      I hunted through all the things I could think of on this. The closest match for the pain symptoms is some kind of nerve trapping…but a slipped or collapsed disc would have been found by now.
      However there is one kind of nerve trapping where the foramen is narrowed by (usually bony) growths. These are the holes in the pelvic bone that nerves go through from the spine to the legs. I’m thinking, with all the endo fibroid cyst problems she’s had, this could be blocked by lesions or scar tissue from the endo….not being womb lining these would not hurt at period time, it would just be scar tissue pinching the nerves. The suddenly worse when trying to move (especially lying on her back) is very much a pinched nerve symptom.
      There could also be scar tissue adhereing to the colon, NOT nice when that has to keep moving for digestion.
      If I were her, I’d get a little laparoscopic look-see for this type of thing, which being soft tissue would not show on xrays. Actually an ultrasound might show more.

      >>>>
      On the diet side of things…that looks like overkill to me! The role of fibre in diet is to provide bulk, to move other matter through the system. It should not be “taken” a supplements, but eaten together with that other food. Wholegrain everything, root vegetables. Then the probiotics are meant to improve digestion, again they need something to work on. Otherwise they will multiply like crazy in the gut, and a slow colon would contain enough partly digested food to keep the yeasts going for weeks. Add fibre for bulk, you get a long slow colon doubled in size with small bubbles of air. I’d be inclined to go on a two-week diet of very very bland foods, vegetables only steamed, fish or chicken, salads (oil dressing ok though) fruit (not citrus), rice or pasta (wholemeal) but no supplements, no sugar, no artificial sweeteners colours or preservatives, no milk products. This might take longer to go through the colon but it will not be bulky and blown up with trapped gas from lactobaccilus. So any external lesions on the colon would hurt less.
      No gym for those 2 weeks either.
      IDK – these are just my observations based on me and a large family with all kinds of problems over many years. Just hope some of it helps a little bit.


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