HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is a viral infection that weakens the immune system, making individuals vulnerable to various infections and diseases. While HIV affects both men and women, this article focuses on the symptoms of HIV specifically in men.
HIV is a deadly disease that has over time affected millions of people across the globe. It is a communicable disease and that’s why you must avoid the risk factors for this disease such as sharing needles with people who are victims or having unprotected intercourse. However, recognizing these symptoms is crucial for early detection, timely medical intervention, and appropriate management of the condition. In this article in line with a publication on “Cleveland Clinic,” we will discuss the common symptoms of HIV in men that may manifest during different stages of the infection.
Fever and chills
Fatigue and weakness
Muscle and joint pain
Swollen lymph nodes
Unexplained weight loss
Please once you begin to notice these symptoms in your body kindly seek medical attention as fast as possible.