HIV is a disease people get infected with when they engage in intimate contact with an infected partner. This virus leads to the appearance of certain symptoms of which some are common in men and some common among women.
According to VeryWellHealth, some of the signs of HIV that are experienced by men are:
1. Male organ sores
The development of syphilis occurs in different stages, the first of which includes the appearance of a painless, ulcerative sore known as a chancre at the site of the exposure. In men, their private organs, rectum, or mouth can be affected. The break in the skin gives HIV easier access into the body to cause an infection.
2. Pain and burning while peeing
This is a symptom specific to men with gonorrhoea and chlamydia.
3. Testicular pain and swelling
This pain is an indication of chlamydia and gonorrhoea in which the tube that stores and transports male gamete from the bollock gets inflamed. Bollock swelling and swelling of the epididymis can happen.
4. Pain with gamete release
Also referred to as dysorgasmia, this is an indication of gonorrhoea, chlamydia, or trichomoniasis in men.