HIV is the virus that causes AIDS and it weakness a person’s ability to fight the infections. When you get in contact with HIV you can not get rid of it, you will have it for the rest of your life. HIV can affect the immune system and it can destroy some of the cells in the body that …show more content…
The treatment for opportunistic infections of AIDS are medications specific for each type of infections. TO avoid getting or spreading any HIV infection, make sure you know you and your partner’s HIV status by getting tested regularly. If HIV is left untreated it will take about ten to fifteen years for AIDS to develop. HIV can not be transmitted through urine, saliva, and sweat.
AIDS is caused by HIV virus. A person’s immune system is too weak to fight infections and develop the HIV infections. During the last stage of HIV the body can no longer defend itself. There is no cure for HIV or AIDS. It’s important to take the treatment correctly and any possible side-effects. When a person’s CD4 count drops below, it’s possible that he/she have AIDS.
Loss of CD4 cells makes it difficult for the body to fight infections and certain cancers. Having less HIV in the body protects the immune system. Anti-retroviral can not cure HIV, but it can help people with HIV live longer , healthier lives. And anti-retroviral
Kirkley ␣6 can reduce the risk of HIV transmission. At the early stage of HIV/AIDS continues to multiply at low levels. Syptoms of HIV: chronic diarrhea, weight loss, and other opportunistic …show more content…
Educated yourself about HIV and avoid any behavior that allows HIV infected fluids into your body. One major way to help stop HIV and AIDS is ABSTINENCE. IF you don’t know the HIV status of your partner use a condom every time you have anal or vaginal sex. During oral sex use a nonlubricated condom.
Truvada can reuse the risk of HIV infection and it is also used to help prevent HIV infection. If you have hepatitis B, your doctor test your kidney functions before prescribing Truvada should be taken daily, as prescribed. If you’re interested in Truvada, you should talk to your doctor about risks and benefits of the