Human ???? HIV virus, known as insufficiency virus, enters the organism after it is taken into the body, and usually enters the period of viral replication, ie viral reproduction, and cells are inflamed within a period of 1 to 6 weeks. In this period, fever can be observed in almost all of the cases, and growth in the lymph nodes, which we call lymphadenopathy, can be seen in 3 out of 4 cases.
The pharyngitis picture, which resembles an upper respiratory tract infection, skin rashes, muscle and fat joint pain in about three-thirds can be seen in about half of the cases.
In some 1/4 of the cases, what we call some nonspecific, such as headache and nausea, vomiting, symptoms and signs that are not specific to any disease may occur. If these patients have a history of risky sexual contact and a similar risk factor in their recent past, it is possible to diagnose and treat their diseases if they apply to the nearest infectious diseases outpatient clinics.