Research suggests that headaches affect approximately 50 percent of people living with the human immunodeficiency virus. One in four individuals with HIV experiences chronic migraines.
HIV headaches may feel different to your average tension headache, according to medical researchers, and they can be accompanied by symptoms such as impaired vision and light sensitivity.
When your body temperature exceeds 100.4°F or 38°C (98.6°F or 37°C is the norm), it generally indicates that you have a fever and your immune system is responding to an illness or infection.
Most fevers are caused by illnesses that are not serious. In some cases, though, it can be a symptom of HIV, occurring from a reaction to the disease or an infection resulting from lowered immunity.