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The symptoms of HIV can vary greatly from person to person. No two people with HIV will likely experience the exact same symptoms. However, HIV will generally follow this pattern: Approximately 80 percent of people who contract HIV experience flu-like symptoms within two to four weeks. This flu-like illness is known as acute HIV infection.

This photo contains content that some people may find graphic or disturbing. A rash is often the first sign of HIV, although it only appears in 2 of every 5 newly infected people. The rash is distinct with large areas of flat, reddened skin peppered with tiny bumps.

However, HIV will generally follow this pattern: Approximately 80 percent of people who contract HIV experience flu-like symptoms within two to four weeks. This flu-like illness is known as acute HIV infection. Acute HIV infection is the primary stage of HIV and lasts until the body has created antibodies against the virus.

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