How to know if someone have HIV AIDS in Nigeria

serome Staff asked 7 months ago
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Hello friends and doctors of Nigeria on Informationhood, I want to ask one question which us. How can someone know if he or she have HIV AIDS in Nigeria?
What are the common symptoms of this virus and what advice can one give to those who they suspect to have been affected by this virus?

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Christian answered 7 months ago

Below are some symptoms of HIV in Nigeria. However not every one body are same. In some people  symptoms may not show up. Note that there is no symptoms when someone just got HIV till it becomes aids. This is why regular scheming is recommended if you think you have unprotected sex or got involves in some kind of blood exchange incidents. 
The below symptoms are just to get you aware of what one will experience in some stage of life if have HIV AIDS.
People may experience:
Pain areas: in the abdomen
Pain circumstances: can occur while swallowing
Cough: can be dry
Whole body: fatigue, fever, loss of appetite, malaise, night sweats, or sweating
Gastrointestinal: nausea, persistent diarrhoea, vomiting, or watery diarrhoea
Mouth: ulcers or white tongue
Groin: sores or swelling
Throat: difficulty swallowing or soreness
Also common: opportunistic infection, headache, oral thrush, pneumonia, red blotches, severe unintentional weight loss, skin rash, or swollen lymph nodes

Christian answered 7 months ago

Below are some symptoms of HIV in Nigeria. However not every one body are same. In some people  symptoms may not show up. Note that there is no symptoms when someone just got HIV till it becomes aids. This is why regular scheming is recommended if you think you have unprotected sex or got involves in some kind of blood exchange incidents. 
The below symptoms are just to get you aware of what one will experience in some stage of life if have HIV AIDS.
People may experience:
 

  1. Pain areas: in the abdomen
  2. Pain circumstances: can occur while swallowing
  3. Cough: can be dry
  4. Whole body: fatigue, fever, loss of appetite, malaise, night sweats, or sweating
  5. Gastrointestinal: nausea, persistent diarrhoea, vomiting, or watery diarrhoea
  6. Mouth: ulcers or white tongue
  7. Groin: sores or swelling
  8. Throat: difficulty swallowing or soreness
  9. Also common: opportunistic infection, headache, oral thrush, pneumonia, red blotches, severe unintentional weight loss, skin rash, or swollen lymph nodes
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