|Fatigue /night sweats
Jul 20, 1999
Could a person have night sweats and fatigue less than 6 days after HIV infection?
Response from Mr. Molaghan
Hello As many as 70% of people infected with HIV experience symptoms of acute infection such as fever, fatigue, night sweats chills and rash. These symptoms usually occur about 4-6 weeks after infection, and can be mild to severe. Six days is a bit short, but many other viruses such as flu like illness or bacterial infections can cause sweats and fatigue. The only true way to determine HV infection is through a blood test.
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