AIDS is a disease that everyone is talking about, and everyone is afraid. When suffering from AIDS, the body will have some symptoms, but many of us are not very familiar with learning these symptoms, so that the company did not conduct timely research to find out that the cause of the disease continued to develop. Next, we will follow Xiao Jiu to understand some of the early clinical symptoms of AIDS. If you have these systemic symptoms, you must be able to arouse vigilance.
What are the symptoms of AIDS in the early stages?
Frequent oral bleeding
Oral bleeding is actually a very common phenomenon in life. When the body catches fire or suffers from oral ulcers, it will cause oral bleeding. But our social phenomenon is also a typical sign of AIDS.
Different from ordinary oral bleeding, most of the oral bleeding caused by AIDS is continuous bleeding, and we speak very frequently. We must pay attention to it. When AIDS develops to the late stage, it will cause the oral mucosa to bulge, which is a typical AIDS symptom.
After suffering from AIDS knowledge, the more obvious performance is because the patient will have a persistent fever and night sweats. The body will lose weight for no reason, and there will be some abnormal phenomena in the lymphatic system of the whole body. Lymphadenopathy is the main symptom. If you touch the lymph nodes with your hands, you will find that the area is hard, but there will be no obvious pain.
It can be found clinically that many AIDS patients have large skin rashes, which are often mistaken for skin infections. However, it should be noted that if the rash is caused by a skin infection, it will heal relatively quickly after infection. Most skin eczema caused by HIV heals slowly, and the area of eczema will gradually increase.
Respiratory system abnormalities
After the AIDS virus invades, it will affect the normal function of the inhalation system. It can cause frequent coughing and chest pain in patients, and it lasts for a long time. As the disease progresses, patients will find normal breathing difficulties, and some hemoptysis may occur when coughing.
Nervous system damage
When the HIV virus strikes, it also affects our nervous system. Every day I find that I have facial twitches and inexplicable headaches, which are abnormal. Once they appear, you should pay enough attention.
Question: How long can I live with AIDS?
For some AIDS patients, many people have a question, that is, how long can they live after suffering from AIDS?
Clinical data shows that AIDS patients are actively receiving treatment, taking medicine according to doctor’s advice, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Many patients have a survival rate of more than 20 years, which is very good news for AIDS patients. Early detection and early treatment of AIDS can effectively prolong life.