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yendor161 (yendor161) wrote,
@ 2011-11-08 14:15:00
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    Hiv/aids - the big apple state department of health
    HIV

    Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is really a virus. You might hear that somebody is "HIV infected", "has HIV infection", or "has HIV disease. " They are all terms which means that anyone has HIV in the or her body which enable it to pass the herpes virus along with other people.


    HIV attacks the body's immune system. The defense mechanisms protects the body from infections and disease, but does not have any clear strategy to protect it from HIV. Over time, a lot of people have contracted HIV become less in a position to control the germs we are all subjected to every day. A number of these germs fail to make a healthy person sick, nevertheless they can cause life-threatening infections and cancers in a very person whose body's defence mechanism has become weakened by HIV.


    People have contracted HIV may have no symptoms for 10 or more years. They could not know they're infected. An HIV test could be the best way to determine if you have HIV. See HIV Counseling and Testing for information and resources on HIV testing in Ny State.


    HIV spreads when infected blood, semen, vaginal fluids, or breast milk gets into the bloodstream of some other person through:



    • direct entry into a circulation system;

    • mucous linings, such as the vagina, rectum, penis, mouth, eyes, or nose, or

    • a burglary your skin.


    HIV isn't spread through saliva (spit).


    HIV is spread through:



    • Vaginal, anal, or oral sex without needing a condom.

    • Sharing needles, syringes, or actively works to inject drugs, vitamins, hormones, steroids, or medicines.

    • Women with HIV infection can pass HIV to their babies during pregnancy, delivery, and breastfeeding.

    • People who are exposed to blood and/or fluids at the office, like healthcare workers, may be encountered with HIV through needle-sticks and other on-the-job exposures.


    It can also be possible to feed HIV through sharing needles for piercing or tattooing.


    A person have contracted HIV can pass the herpes virus to others over these activities. This is correct get the job done person:



    • has no signs and symptoms of HIV

    • has not been diagnosed with AIDS

    • is taking HIV medications

    • has an "undetectable" viral load


    HIV isn't spread by casual contact like sneezing, coughing, eating or drinking from common utensils, shaking hands, hugging, or usage of restrooms and drinking fountains.


    AIDS

    Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is a late stage of HIV disease. Medications might help people living with HIV or AIDS live longer, healthier lives. Many people were living in excess of Two decades and also have taken medicines in excess of Ten years order amaryl 2 mg. Not everyone's disease progresses or responds to medications just as. AIDS has serious health consequences, it can restrict quality of life and there's no cure.


    Note: This web site contains HIV prevention messages that could 't be suitable for all audiences. Since HIV infection is spread primarily through sexual practices or by sharing needles, prevention messages on this website may address these topics.

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