What Is Usually the First Sign of HIV? Center

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) attacks the cells of the immune system, leading to AIDS and death if left untreated. The first signs of the human immunodeficiency virus infection are flu-like symptoms, which mainly start around two to four weeks after getting HIV. This stage is known as acute HIV infection. Read more: What Is Usually the First Sign of HIV? Article

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