What symptoms do AIDS patients show?

Patients who are infected with HIV develop into AIDS patients after 7 to 10 years (latent period) on average. Before developing into an AIDS patient, they appear normal. They may live and work for many years without any symptoms, but they can transmit the virus to others.

When the immune system of an HIV carrier is destroyed so seriously by the virus that it cannot keep its lowest disease resistance, the carrier becomes an AIDS patient. An AIDS patient will suffer from symptoms such as an unknown prolonged low-grade fever, a lowering of their body weight, night sweats, chronic diarrhea or cough, etc.