Fever, fatigue, sore throat, and swollen glands appear.

Skin rash, muscle aches, and joint pain follow.

Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea may manifest too.

Night sweats, weight loss, and headaches ensue.

These signs may occur two to four weeks post-exposure.

However, not everyone experiences these initial symptoms.

Testing for HIV is essential to confirm infection.

Early detection enables timely medical intervention.

Consult a healthcare professional for accurate diagnosis.

Awareness and prevention are crucial in combating HIV.

Support and care are available for those affected.