The symptoms of an HIV infection are often described as ‘flu-like,’ the most common are fever and chills, swollen glands, a sore throat (with or without ulcers), anaemia and rash
, particularly on the upper body. Symptoms
can also include headaches, fatigue
, night sweats and weight loss and an individual recently infected with HIV may also feel nauseous, experience diarrhoea, have swollen and tender joints or a painful or stiff neck.