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The symptoms of AIDS are primarily the result of infections that do not normally develop in people with healthy immune systems These infections are termed opportunistic infections Patients with AIDS have had their immune system destroyed by HIV and are susceptible to such opportunistic infections The general symptoms are fevers sweats chills weakness and weight loss Some other ones are loss of energy weight loss a thick whitish coating of the tongue or mouth that is caused by a yeast infection and sometimes accompanied by a sore throat There is also an easier chance of bruising a continuos deep dry cough and an increase in loss of breathe These symptoms however may not necessarily mean that you have AIDS The best way to fully be sure that you have AIDS would be to go see a doctor It may just be that you have a very bad cold Yet people normally will have HIV for years before they fully develop AIDS at which point they should be aware of it There are however for main stages of HIVAIDS This is how people normally develop AIDS The Window Period This is when people first contract HIVAIDS This stage may last about three 3 months and in some rare cases as long as a year Infection - Asymptomatic Now a process to produce anti-bodies has occurred but there are no symptoms of infection This stage may last for years Infection - Symptomic At this stage people show signs and symptoms of infection This stage may last for years as well Immune system cells are severely depleted Now the body
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