symptoms may include fever, pharyngitis, lymphadenopathy, headache, muscle and/or joint pain, lethargy/malaise, decrease appetite and weight loss, and nause/vomiting
REMEMBER - just because someone you may have some of the symptoms
above it DOSN'T mean you have HIV. To diagnose HIV you need to have a blood test done. These are just general symptoms, which are usually only known to be HIV related in hindsight, since HIV tests are usually performed at least 3-6 months after exposure.