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site Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about site Giveaway. Treatment appears to greatly extend the life and improve the quality of life of most patients, although estimating survival after an AIDS diagnosis is inexact. Initial infection Primary HIV infection can cause an acute retroviral syndrome that often is mistaken for influenza the flu , mononucleosis, or a bad cold.
This syndrome is reported by roughly half of those who contract HIV Russell and Sepkowitz, and generally occurs between 2 and 6 weeks after infection. Symptoms may include fever, headache, sore throat, fatigue, body aches, weight loss, and swollen lymph nodes.
Other symptoms are a rash, mouth or genital ulcers, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, and thrush. The initial illness can last several days or even weeks. The greatest spread of HIV occurs throughout the body early in the disease.
Approximately 6 months after infection, the level of virions produced every day may reach a "set point. Early treatment may be recommended to reduce the set point, potentially leading to a better chance of controlling the infection.
Alcohol and drug counselors should discuss symptoms that suggest initial HIV infection with their clients and encourage clients to be tested for HIV if they experience such symptoms. This not only will encourage clients who are infected to enter treatment early but also will provide an opportunity for the counselor to help uninfected clients remain that way.
Latency period After initial infection comes the latency period, or incubation period, during which untreated persons with HIV have few, if any, symptoms. This period lasts a median of about 10 years. The most common symptom during this period is lymphadenopathy, or swollen lymph nodes.
The lymph nodes found around the neck and under the arms contain cells that fight infections. Swollen lymph nodes in the groin area may be normal and not indicative of HIV. When any infection is present, lymph nodes often swell, sometimes painfully.
With HIV, they swell and tend to stay swollen but usually are not painful. Bacteria, viruses, and fungi that normally live on and in the human body begin to cause diseases that are also known as opportunistic infections.
Early symptoms of infection may include chronic diarrhea, herpes zoster, recurrent vaginal candidiasis, thrush, oral hairy leukoplakia a virus that causes white patches in the mouth , abnormal Pap tests, thrombocytopenia, or numbness or tingling in the toes or fingers.
Symptoms of these infections usually signal a problem with the immune system but are not severe enough to be classified as AIDS.
Please refer to Appendix D for a complete checklist of symptoms. AIDS-defining conditions are diseases not normally manifest in someone with a healthy immune system.
These should prompt a confirmatory HIV test. Since , the list of AIDS-defining conditions has included pulmonary tuberculosis TB , recurrent bacterial pneumonia, and invasive cervical cancer. It generally causes a chronic dry cough sometimes with blood , fatigue, and weight loss. Pulmonary TB requires ongoing treatment for at least 6 months, and close associates of the infected person must be tested for TB.
If TB is only partially treated i. It should be noted, however, that the Mantoux PPD test a test routinely administered to screen for TB by determining reaction to intradermal injection of purified protein derivative may not be positive if the patient is anergic i. Cervical cancer may progress rapidly in women with HIV but usually is asymptomatic until it is too late for successful treatment.
Women who are HIV positive should have Pap tests at least once every 6 months and more often if any abnormality is found. Some of these diseases, however, can be treated earlier on an outpatient basis if symptoms are reported when they are mild. Cough is a symptom common to several AIDS-related infections, the most frequent of which is Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia PCP--not to be confused with the drug by that name, phencyclidine.
PCP is characterized by a dry cough, fever, night sweats, and increasing shortness of breath. Recurrent bacterial pneumonia i. It often causes a fever and a cough that brings up phlegm. Coughing is also a symptom of TB. As a general guideline, if a cough does not resolve after several weeks, it should be checked by a medical practitioner.
KS is a cancer of the blood vessels that causes pink, purple, or brown splotches, which appear usually as firm areas on or under the skin. KS also grows in other places, such as the lungs and mouth. Diarrhea is a very common symptom of AIDS.
Many AIDS-defining conditions cause diarrhea, including parasitic, viral, and bacterial infections. HIV itself can cause diarrhea if it infects the intestinal tract. Weight loss can be caused by inadequate nutrition, untreated neoplasms and opportunistic infections which often are associated with diarrhea , and deranged metabolism Dieterich, Changes in vision, particularly spots or flashes known as "floaters" , may indicate an infection inside the eye. Fortunately, it almost never occurs until the immune system is almost completely destroyed, so it is not usually the first symptom.
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