Signs and symptoms of HIV in men include dementia, flu-like signs, fatigue and weight loss, reports Mayo Clinic. Other symptoms may include swollen lymph glands, rapid weight loss, blurred vision and chronic fatigue.
Men with HIV experience symptoms such as severe headaches, diarrhea, sweats and chills, severe muscle aches and night sweats, according to Healthline. A flu-like experience often occurs within two weeks to several months of infection. In addition to a fever, other initial symptoms can include sore throat, severe headaches, nausea and vomiting, muscle aches and joint pains. One may also experience genital and mouth ulcers, cough and diarrhea.
Skin conditions occur either as an early or late HIV symptom in men, states Mayo Clinic. Rashes develop in moist areas of the body such as the penis, anus or groin. HIV symptoms vary depending on the phase of infection. The symptoms in an advanced phase result from a weakened immune system, and include confusion, recurrent fungal infections, dementia and frequent colds. Men suffering from HIV experience difficulty concentrating, and may have confusion during the later phases of the infection. Some signs that indicate progression of the disease include deterioration of motor skills, depression, frequent irritability and short-term memory.