Some individuals face the symptoms of HIV the moment they are infected by the Immunodeficiency virus. However, there are also a lot of people who do not show much of symptoms just after they are affected by the virus. In the early stages, the symptoms of the HIV virus are usually confused with the early symptoms of flu and is hence never paid too much of attention.
The result is they remain undetected for a fairly long period of time. Headache, fever as well as eczema (in some cases) are the early symptoms of the virus. Besides these, enlarged lymph nodes in the neck, groin and armpits, tiredness, diarrhea and nausea are also some of the other early symptoms. Recurring fever, dry cough, pneumonia, rapid loss of weight, profuse sweating at night, baffling and profuse tiredness, memory loss, white spots or strange marks on the tongue, throat or mouth, depression, neurological disorders etc are the other symptoms of HIV virus.
Unprotected Sex: All of us are aware of the fact that unprotected sex is the first and the foremost cause for the spread of HIV among the human beings. Unprotected sex must be stopped at all cost in order to stop the spread of HIV. A large number of studies and researches have showed that unprotected sex and oral sex are some of the causes for the passing of the HIV and various sexually transmitted disease infections.
Using precautions: The best way to stop the spread of HIV is by avoiding sex with the HIV positive person. The spread of HIV can also be stopped using various precautions. Condoms are one of the popular ways that can be used to avert the deadly ailment. Besides, avoiding sex with many individuals and maintaining a single partner can also help in the prevention of the fatal ailment.
Sterilized needles: Use of the sterilized needles and syringes can help to prevent the spread of HIV. When the needles are shared, it needs to be sterilized before someone else uses it. The best is to use the new syringes and needles.