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Post-acute stage: what symptoms can patient have?
Jan 17, 2001

After the acute symptoms (fever, etc.) which last for 1-2 weeks, what are the symptoms can a HIV-infected person have: will he likely begin to have symptoms an asymptomatic patient have, such as fatigue, headache, dazziness, nausea, and myalgia? Are these common among the so-called Asymptomatic patients?

Response from Dr. Boyle

After the primary seroconversion syndrome resolves, most patients go back to feeling pretty normal. The symptoms that you list can occur during the course of asymptomatic HIV disease and some may be HIV-related, while others are not. BB

Brian Boyle, M.D., J.D.



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