The term is to identify potentially life-threatening illnesses and diseases that arise when HIV has seriously compromised your immune system is AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). While it is not possible to transmit AIDS from 1 human to another, HIV can. AIDS and HIV overview define all major aspects.

HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that destroys the immune system’s cells and weakens your capacity to combat diseases and illnesses every day.

While it is not possible to transmit AIDS from 1 human to another, HIV can. There is no cure for HIV, but very successful drug therapies are available that allow most people with the virus to live a long and stable life. So Many patients with HIV will not experience any AIDS-related diseases with an early diagnosis and successful therapies and will have a near-normal life expectancy. We define AIDS and HIV overview define all major aspects in detail.

2 to 6 weeks after HIV diagnosis, which lasts for a week or 2, most people suffer a brief flu-like disease. HIV may not cause other effects until several years after these symptoms fade. Therefore the virus appears to weaken the immune system.

It means that many people living with HIV do not know they are sick. Testing should have done by anybody who feels they might have HIV.

In the body fluids of an infected human, HIV has been detected. It contains blood and breast milk, sperm, vaginal and anal fluids.

It is a weak virus that doesn’t live for long outside the body. Furthermore, in sweat, urine, or saliva, HIV cannot be transmitted.

If soon as possible, seek medical attention if you suspect you may have been exposed to HIV. In various locations, including GP surgery, reproductive wellbeing clinics, and charity-run clinics, you can get a screen.

For the prevention of HIV, antiretroviral medications are using. They act by keeping the body from replicating the virus, helping the immune system rebuild itself, and preventing further damage.

It comes in the form of tablets that must take every day. HIV can establish resistance to a single HIV drug quickly. But having a mixture of multiple medicines makes this much less likely.

If you live with HIV, taking successful and undetectable. HIV medication dramatically lowers the chance of passing on HIV to others.

You will be allowed to, too:

  • Exercise daily
  • Eat a wholesome diet
  • Quit cigars
  • Have annual flu jabs to minimize the chance of serious illness.

The immune system can become seriously compromised without treatment, and life-threatening diseases such as cancer and severe infections will occur.

If she provides prompt and successful HIV therapy and medical attention. It is uncommon for a pregnant woman living with HIV to pass it to her infant.