HIV is a much dreaded health issue in all parts of the world but it is even greeted with much fear in this part of the world due to the stigma that comes with being positive.....CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

If you are HIV positive, there are certain symptoms you should start noticing in the early stages, as a matter of fact more than 80% of people who are carriers notice these symptoms before the disease falls back in silently and slowly destroys the immune system while advancing.

In this article in line with a publication on Mayo Clinic, we are going to have a look at how long it takes before the first set of symptoms of HIV starts showing up or getting noticed by the carriers. Just sit tight and enjoy this article while learning something new.

How Long Does HIV Last Before Showing The First Symptoms?

In more than 80% of the cases, HIV starts showing or getting noticed by the carriers, less than 4 weeks after being contracted by the person. This means that within 2-4 weeks, you should notice the symptoms of the disease such as joint pain, profuse sweating at night, headaches, swelling of the lymph, rashes etc.

This is very common in people suffering from HIV and most people who just contracted the disease notice these symptoms within the first 2-4 weeks after contracting the disease and it happens due to systematic damage of the white blood cells or the body’s defence system….CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

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