My Body Is Always Hot When I’m Not Sick, Is It HIV?
I want to ask, why is my body always hot when I’m not sick.
The body is always hot, many conditions can affect it. Also need to be distinguished these conditions with fever conditions. Fever conditions are where an increase in body temperature above normal body temperature, which increases> 37.5 degrees Celsius which is measured using a thermometer. Fever can be caused by various possibilities including:
respiratory tract infections sore throat ear infections dental infections dengue fever typhoid hepatitis and many other conditions / diseases that can cause symptoms of fever. Differentiate from the body feels hot. The body feels hot often affected by:
Your body's metabolic process activities that are or have just done after sports activities or heavy activities are influenced by the intake of food / drink that has just been consumed temperature / weather around hormonal factors If your body is hot take measurements with a thermometer to determine whether you have a fever or not. If not a fever may be caused by some of the things mentioned above related to the body's metabolic processes or it can also be influenced by hormonal factors or bodily activities. Regarding HIV itself is a condition where infected with the HIV virus, the HIV virus can be transmitted through bodily fluids such as blood, semen, vaginal fluid. It is often transmitted through sex, or shared needles or transmitted from mother to baby. Symptoms of HIV disease at the beginning are often asymptomatic, or maybe just fevers or the common cold then asymptomatic. If you have reached the final stage which is AIDS, then people who have HIV AIDS will be susceptible to various diseases because they have lost their endurance. If you do something that is at risk of contracting HIV you should do further counseling and examination to the doctor.
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