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Signs and symptoms of HIV in men can range from flu-like symptoms, to dementia, weight loss and fatigue.
A HIV infection can remain symptomless for many years. The only way of knowing your status for sure, is getting tested. You can order a HIV testing kit from our website and receive your test result within 2 days.
In general, the HIV symptoms that men will experience are not all that different to those found in women. Apart from vaginal or menstrual changes all the tell-tale signs are the same in men and women.
HIV symptoms can vary significantly between patients. No two HIV-positive men will have exactly the same experience.
In general, a man's HIV infection will follow this general pattern:
One of the earliest HIV symptoms in men is a severe 'flu-like' illness, known as the 'seroconversion illness.'
Seroconversion is the point in time where a person's blood is converted from being HIV negative to HIV positive, by the production of antibodies. It is often accompanied by an acute illness, the symptoms of which vary significantly between patients.
However, a man may experience:
More information on the symptoms of HIV.
Unusual skin probelms can occur as either an early or late HIV symptom in men:
More information on HIV rashes.
For up to 10 years after being infected, your infection will go through an asymptomatic period where you feel perfectly healthy. During this time, the HIV virus replicates within your body and starts to break down your immune system.
Some men complain of severely swollen lymph nodes (in the neck, or groin, or both) during this time, but this may be one of the only HIV symptoms men will experience.
It may take a number of weeks, months or years, but the HIV infection will eventually break down your immune system. This weakened immune system leaves the body susceptible to attack by so called 'opportunistic infections.' These are conditions that your body would normally be able to fight off, but which can prove fatal in HIV-positive individuals.
You may notice:
If you notice any of these symptoms and you've recently put yourself at risk of HIV infection, you should get tested as soon as possible. You can visit your local GUM clinic or order a home test kit online.
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