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What is the advanced stage of hiv infection?

Advanced stage of HIV infection is AIDS.

Describes the symptoms of HIV infection in the asymptomatic stage?

In the earliest stage of an HIV infection the symptoms are identical to the flu, but once it enters the asymptomatic stage there are no symptoms until it becomes active again and the immune system begins to fail. That is why it is called the asymptomatic stage (i.e. without symptoms).

AIDS is the third stage of HIV infection?

AIDs is the forth stage of HIV Infection.The four stages Of HIV are:Primary HIV InfectionAsymptomatic HIVSymptomatic HIVAcquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

Is HIV harmless or harmful?

HIV is a harmful virus. The end stage of HIV infection is AIDS.

Which stage of HIV infection is characterized by fungal infections or weight loss?

symptomatic stage nova net

Is a person with HIV contagious before seroconversion?

An infected person with HIV is contagious soon after initial infection. The highest risk of transmission is during the initial infection, and at the end stage near death.

Does the Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome describes the early stages of an HIV infection?

no it does in the 3rd stage but not the earlier stages

Aids is the third stage of HIV?

AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is not a stage of HIV infection, but rather a diagnosis given to an HIV+ person who has reached a certain level of decreased immune function. The AIDS diagnosis is based on the health of a person's immune system, not the amount of virus in the body.

Are boils a type of HIV?

They are usually a staph infection . The Karposi's sarcoma of end-stage AIDS are not really biols.

What describes the stage of HIV infection that occurs when a person's immune system is severly weakened?

acquired immunodeficiency syndrome

Can Pulling out avoid HIV infection?

No, pulling out will not avoid HIV infection.

What are primary stage symptoms of HIV infected persons?

HIV infection has basically four stages: incubation period, acute infection, latency stage and AIDS. The initial incubation period upon infection is asymptomatic and usually lasts between two and four weeks. The second stage, acute infection, which lasts an average of 28 days and can include symptoms such as fever, lymphadenopathy (swollen lymph nodes), pharyngitis (sore throat), rash, myalgia (muscle pain), malaise, and mouth and esophageal sores. The latency stage, which occurs third, shows few or no symptoms and can last anywhere from two weeks to twenty years and beyond. AIDS, the fourth and final stage of HIV infection shows as symptoms of various opportunistic infections.