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What is AIDS?
AIDS means that by reducing the immunity of a person, viruses enter the body and gradually reduce the natural resistance of the person to such an extent that the body cannot even fight against the common disease germs and is surrounded by many diseases. In English, this condition is called AIDS, which means acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (signs and symptoms).
HIV what’s that?
HIV That is Human Immune Deficiency Virus means human immunodeficiency virus (V2S) which causes a fatal disease called AIDS.
How long does it take to develop AIDS after being infected with HIV?
This period varies from person to person. It takes an average of 10 years for AIDS to develop in 50 percent of those infected with HIV. But AIDS can develop rapidly in populations – groups where health and nutritional status are poor, meaning that immunity is already low.
Generally, after the human body is infected with HIV, HIV. It takes up to 3 months to show the presence of antibodies. However, this period may be longer than 3 months in rare cases.
HIV What is no window period?
The time it takes for the body to produce measurable amounts of antibodies after being infected with HIV is called the ‘window period’, and it is during this period that the result is negative despite being infected, and therefore A retest after three months is truly positive. That can be known as negative. If it is positive, then it is infected. It can be known.
Can the child of a pregnant woman who is infected with HIV also get infected?
When a pregnant mother infected with HIV gives birth to a child, the child born is also likely to be infected. However, this proportion is 30 to 50 percent. and HIV A child born infected can develop AIDS within a year.
What are the symptoms of AIDS?
The main symptoms of AIDS include persistent loss of body weight (10%), persistent fever for more than one month, and diarrhea for more than one month. Secondary symptoms include excessive cough or phlegm for up to a month, severe and recurrent skin diseases, and enlarged lymph nodes in the neck, armpits, and scrotum. However, it is difficult to diagnose AIDS by looking at such symptoms, and hence the matter calls for more caution and accuracy.
HIV Are there any tests available to determine whether one has been infected with the virus?
Yes. First ELISA test and if it is positive then a western blot test is done. The rest of the spot test is done in just 10 minutes.
How does AIDS spread?
In general, HIV A person infected with the virus can develop AIDS from months to 15 years, it is spread in four main ways. A study conducted to find out how much (what percentage) each method (cause) is responsible for causing AIDS gives information on what percentage of AIDS cases – percentages are given in parentheses.
- HIV By having sexual intercourse with an infected person (male or female) (80%).
- HIV Taking blood from an infected person (12%).
- HIV Use of infected unsterilized needles and syringes and surgical instruments (6.5%).
- HIV An infant born to an infected woman has a chance (1.5%) of congenital infection.
How can the spread of AIDS be prevented?
AIDS, HIV Caused by viruses. So prevent AIDS, prevent AIDS, prevent HIV. There are four safe ways to avoid infection.
Safe sex: having sex with a single uninfected faithful partner. If any sexually transmitted disease is reported and diagnosed, it should be treated without delay because of the chances of getting AIDS increase a lot. Never have sexual intercourse with risk groups and strangers and use high-grade contraception judiciously when necessary.
Safe blood: HIV if required. Ensure the use of uninfected blood, and avoid taking blood from commercial blood donors or risk groups. Avoid using tools that come in contact with blood like blades, razors, and vegetable choppers used by others, and don’t use tools used by others like tattoo needles, toothbrushes, scissors, etc. unless sterilized.
Safe Needles, Syringes, etc.: Sterilize used needle syringes, etc. equipment, or use disposable needle syringes. Avoid injections as far as possible and take tablets or liquid medicine instead.
Safe Motherhood: HIV An infected or AIDS patient should not have sexual intercourse and such a woman should not become pregnant, use contraception, or have an abortion if the pregnancy remains so that the unborn child will not be infected with HIV. Do not get infected.
Can HIV be infected by mosquito bites?
Studies have shown that HIV Viruses do not survive in the mosquito’s body, so HIV can be transmitted from mosquito bites. There is no possibility of infection.