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2 months ago by Anonymous Strawberry

The stages of HIV can be remembered as the 4 Fs.
The first F stands for "Flu-like symptoms," which is characteristic of the early stage when the virus enters the body and starts replicating. Then second F is when the patient "Feels fine" during the clinically latent stage, in which the immune system acts and the amount of virus in the blood declines. Even though there are no symptoms, the virus is slowly chipping away the immune system. When CD4+ T cell numbers drop low enough, the patient starts to feel symptoms. This stage is marked by the third F, "Falling count." And lastly, there’s the "Final crisis," where the HIV infection progresses to AIDS, putting the patient at high risk of AIDS-defining illnesses.
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11 months ago by Tandin Tshering

Can anyone answer my question?
Can peripheral neuropathy be present in acute hiv infection?plz help me🙏🙏
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What could it be?
Can someone hav all the symptoms of hiv accept fever is not there and test positive..?
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Can someone help me.
Sore throat for 2 months. Headache for 2 months. Fatigue for 2 months. Mouth ulcer for 2 months. Yellow tongue for 2 months. Tingling and numbness in thigh and legs.sometime upoer lymps. Irregular diarrhea for 2 months. Black lumpy stool. Cough for 10 days. Rashes on legs and arms. Yellow tongue for 2 months. Neck pain. Muscle twitching. Muscle pain. Joint pain.swollen lymp nodes and grion pain. Leg pain.
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