The differences between men and women show in every aspect of the daily life. Viruses or infections can manifest the same way in some aspects, but can appear very different in sever infection such as the HIV virus.
Not a common term to use, the ‘infestation’ with the HIV virus disrupts the normal functions of the body and causes vary symptoms in both genders.
The most common HIV symptoms in men are related to the diseases caused by the sexual intercourse which firs infected the patient. Chlamydia is caused by the rapid multiplication of a fungus with the same name, which can occur in healthy subjects too, but have a very low manifest in men. In fact, a healthy man is not aware of this condition, because the body can detain it.
In females, the symptoms are much more aggressive.
When the HIV virus enters the body, the man can either contact the illness, or can develop it as an immune deficiency symptom. Chlamydia is very common among patients that have a low immunity.
In normal cases, men can not even notice that they have such an infection, but the HIV virus causes for the body to fight off every bacteria, including the ones useful to the body. Because of this fact, a condition such as the above mentioned, begins to have a manifestation that does not usually occur in healthy men.
Another one of the HIV symptoms in men is related to early rashes that can occur when the virus is fully installed in the host’s cells. If in women this symptom is delayed, in men it is the most common sign of an HIV infection.
The skin can no longer fight germs or bacteria, so alongside the rash given by this virus, with large circular rashes, smaller infections are also possible, especially when the derma is fully exposed.