HIV is quite common among men, especially among those that engage in homosexual sex. 


Once a male gets infected with the human immunodeficiency virus, he will demonstrate a very high count of the virus in his blood. The virus assaults the immune system and weakens it. 


Many cases of HIV go undiagnosed because of its likeness to flu-like symptoms. Here are the most typical HIV signs and symptoms in men that may start manifesting after a couple of weeks of infection. 

Diarrhea

Rash

Vomiting

Appetite loss

Weight loss

Nausea

Migraines

Cough

Fatigue

Headaches

Fever

Inflamed glands

Muscle aches

Oral thrush

Sore throat


If these symptoms occur, it is advised that a male undergo HIV testing so as to correctly diagnose the disease and get treatment for it right away.


Failure to get tested and treated at the earliest chance may endanger a man's life, especially once HIV progresses to AIDS, which is the final and deadly stage of this STD.