2The disease caused by the HIV virus is called AIDS, which stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. AIDS and HIV are different from each other, AIDS is a disease with specific signs and symptoms, but HIV is the name of the virus that causes this disease. A person infected with the virus may take years to become infected with AIDS (asymptomatic carrier), but unfortunately, during this time, he can transmit the disease to others. Currently, it is possible to find out the presence of the virus in a person’s body only by doing a blood test from 2 weeks to six months after the first virus enters the body. About 70% of people experience mild symptoms such as: fever, sore throat, skin rash and swollen lymph nodes after initial infection with the virus. These symptoms disappear quickly and the person may not have any symptoms for a long time and may appear healthy. Then the virus multiplies in the body and destroys the body’s defense cells (especially a type of white blood cells called lymphocytes). After a period of time when the body’s defense cells have been destroyed to a certain level, then the person enters the stage of AIDS, which is actually the final stage of HIV infection, and in this stage, if a person is infected with any type of disease, due to lack of immune system Effective safety is seriously compromised.