Among the many HIV symptoms in men, infections are the most common.
Generally, the infections can have as a starting point the first contact with the virus upon the body; sexual intercourse, related to the Chlamydia infection, infection of the scratched wound through which the virus entered the body, infection on the pierced skin, or needle puncture and so on.
Infections are most common, and the body can fight them off easily, especially at the skin level, due to the high number of white cells set on alert beneath the skin.
Because the HIV virus attacks the immune system, once it has entered the organism through a punctured wound, the white cells are no longer capable of fighting with the virus.
Once destroyed, less and less white cells reach the pierced spot on the skin to protect it from bacteria. As so, the spot on the skin, where the virus entered the body is most likely to get infected.
Very different from a normal infection, the infection caused by the HIV virus to the skin is very aggressive, and can contain over thousands of millions of multiplying bacteria, simply because the body can not fight them off.
Strong antibiotics are recommended, for those that know to have this condition. For those that experience an infection for more than 5 days, and spreading, after the medical appointment the HIV test is mandatory.
The virus is very easy to detect at this point, and this can be one of the best signs to show its presence, and start a treatment.
HIV symptoms in men include these types of manifests every time, either as a body response, either as an infection of the skin because of the lack of immunity.
Because in females this is a symptom that manifests later in the development of the virus, in men it can be a good sign to find the HIV infection and treat it before spreading out of control.