HIV or "Human Immunodeficiency Virus" is a virus that infect the cells of living organisms, destroying them and replicating themselves to exchange those cells.
What makes HIV so dangerous is that it attacks the immune system itself – the very thing that would normally get rid of a virus. Below are the early signs that you have HIV present in your body:
1. Infections Caused By Candida Yeast
Candida Yeast is a common fungus. It often appears in the mouth and makes it extremely hard to swallow food and water.
2. Vomiting And Diarrhea
Studies show that nearly 40% people who get infected with HIV virus will have short-term nausea, diarrhea and vomiting.
3. Dry Cough
This one is easily the most dangerous symptom caused by HIV. It can also be easily mistaken as an allergy.
4. Constantly Tired
Fatigue and fever are the most common signs of HIV. If you are constantly tired or get a sore throat, swollen lymph organ or joint weaknesses after fatigue and fever, then there is a high likelihood of HIV
5. Skin Rashes
One of the primary effects of HIV is that it makes our immune system ineffective. This leads to skin allergy and rashes, followed by itching and burning.