HIV infection without symptoms

Once seroconversion is over, most people don't experience any symptoms. This is often called the asymptomatic stage and it can last for several years.
But just because you feel well at this stage doesn't mean HIV isn't doing anything. The virus is still active, infecting new cells, making copies of itself and moving on.
During this stage, doctors will monitor what HIV is doing to your immune system. They can advise you whether you need to think about starting to take HIV treatment.