More periodontal infections are seen in HIV patients due to their immunocompromised condition. Patients in an advanced condition face more problems with these infections. The early identification and treatment of these gum infections can minimize the complications. You can go to this link to read more about how to prevent oral problems in HIV patients.
HIV is commonly transmitted from mother to child or via hypodermic needles, blood transfusions, and unprotected sexual activity. When a person acquires the HIV virus in his or her body the virus replicated inside the body and kills the white blood cells and red blood cells, which are very crucial for immune response.
HIV has been known to trigger a sore throat. Acute sore throat symptoms range from pain, irritation, and inflammation inside the throat. The burning sensation inside the throat is very annoying and painful. There are many reasons that cause soreness, but some are very common.