HIV infection is called a viral diseaseimmune system. The virus causes human immunodeficiency virus, which significantly reduces immunity. It is established that this virus can be transmitted through sperm, blood, vaginal discharge and breast milk.
Symptoms of HIV in men the following are observed:
1. Enlargement of lymph nodes.
2. Increased body temperature, fever.
3. Enhance sweating (especially at night).
4. Sore throat.
5. Stomach upset, weight loss.
The danger lies in the fact that thea virus a person can not suspect about the presence of the disease long enough. You need to be very careful, listen to the signals that the body gives, because the symptoms of HIV in men are visible after a few weeks at every secondinfected. This period is called the "acute" phase and lasts one to two weeks. Then there comes an asymptomatic period, which can last up to ten years, depending on the speed of the virus spreading through the body. Statistics show that about 10% of all infected virus spreads quickly enough and health deterioration does not keep itself waiting.
The last stage of the disease is AIDS. During this period, the manifestations of HIV are as follows: activation of chronic infectious diseases occurs, the source of which is conditionally pathogenic microorganisms. Under normal conditions, these viruses do not cause disease, but the immune system of the infected person is no longer able to perform the protective function properly.
If a person admits that he could get infectedsuch a virus, it undoubtedly cares about the question, after what time HIV manifests itself. Is it possible the manifestation of the first signs of the disease the very next day after a fatal connection? Scientists claim that the symptoms of HIV in men can not manifest themselves in a day after a potentially dangerous sexual intercourse. But the time, through which the first manifestations of HIV are visible, are different for all. It depends on the state of the organism of the infected person, how soon his immune system will give up under the onslaught of the virus.
Even if you have the abovesymptoms of the disease, do not panic, because they are typical for other, less dangerous diseases. The right way to find out if you are infected is to take a blood test that will determine whether there is (or no) HIV infection in the body. Such an analysis will be the main indicator of your health.
HIV is rightly called the plague of the twentieth century. No infected person has become a hostage to this deadly disease voluntarily. How to avoid a fatal error? It is necessary to follow preventive measures that will reduce the risk of contracting a dangerous infection to a minimum. The rules are as follows:
1. Avoid unprotected sex acts, always use a condom (in the absence of a permanent partner).
2. Seriously to treat sexually transmitted diseases. Their untimely treatment significantly reduces immunity, which makes the body unprotected from more serious viruses, including HIV.
3. Do not use drugs. It's not a secret that most HIV addicts are infected.
Do not forget that the transmission of the virusairborne droplets, with a kiss, handshake or embraces is impossible. Safe from this point of view is bathing in the pool, eating food and drinks.
It should be noted that the symptoms of HIV in menare manifested in a different way, than in the fair sex. Men are more likely to contract a deadly virus, as they tend to have a more active sex life than women.