AIDS: Definition, Symptoms, Medication

AIDS


What is AIDS/meaning?

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome or AIDS is an STD or a Sexually transmitted disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus or HIV. It damages the body's immune system and is life-threatening.


Symptoms of HIV

Generally, the indications of HIV result from contaminations brought about by microbes, infections, growths, and parasites.

Stage 1: Symptoms of early HIV infection

Most people with HIV have no symptoms for a few months to even years after infection. Some may have flu-like symptoms, usually 2-6 weeks after acquiring the virus.

Symptoms of HIV infection can include:

Fever

Cold

Joint pain

Muscle pain

Sore throat

Sweating (especially at night)

Enlarged glands

Red rash

Fatigue

weakness

Unintentional weight loss


Stage 2: Undiagnosed HIV

In most cases, after the first symptoms disappear, there will be no symptoms for many years.

During this time, the virus continues to grow and damage the immune system and organs. Without being on antiretroviral drugs, this process can take up to 10 years on average. An infected person often has no symptoms, feels healthy, and appears healthy.


Stage 3: Late HIV infection

Left untreated, HIV reduces its ability to fight infections. The risk of serious illness is high. It is the actual stage of AIDS.

Symptoms of late HIV infection can include:

Blurred vision

Diarrhea, often persistent or incurable

Dry cough

Fever above 100 ° F (37 ° C) for weeks

Night sweats

Chronic fatigue syndrome

Shortness of breath (dyspnea)

Swollen glands that last for weeks

Unintentional weight loss

There might see white patches on the tongue or inner part of the mouth

By the time HIV infection is delayed, the risk of developing a life-threatening infection becomes even greater. Life-threatening illnesses can be controlled, avoided, and/or treated with appropriate medication, often including HIV treatment.

Myths and facts about HIV and AIDS

There are many misconceptions about HIV and AIDS. Virus Cannot be transmitted from:

Shaking hands

Hugging

Unusual kisses

Sneezing

Touching sensitive skin

Use the same toilet

Sharing towels

Oral rejuvenation


Diagnosis of HIV and AIDS (Expert Homeopathy: Dr. Anutosh Chakraborty)

The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) estimates that about 1 in 8 Americans living with HIV is unaware of their HIV status.

HIV blood tests and results

The diagnosis is made by blood tests that directly scan the virus. Once HIV has been diagnosed, test results say "you have it." The blood test is repeated several times before a positive result is given to the patient.

If a person is exposed to the virus, it is important to get tested as soon as possible. If HIV is diagnosed first, there is a good chance that the treatment will be successful. A home inspection kit can also be used.

After being infected with HIV, it can take from three weeks to six months for the virus to show up on a test. A re-examination may be required. If the patient was at high risk of infection within the last six months, they could be examined immediately. However, the provider will recommend another test in a few weeks.


HIV medication

Suggested an increase in the dose of fluconazole from 400 mg to 800 mg every day for union treatment.
Homeopathy may be a good choice for this chronic infectious disease.


Conclusion

HIV infection can cause AIDS to spread. However, it is possible to get HIV without getting AIDS. Without treatment, HIV infection can develop and, eventually, develop into AIDS in most cases. Once a person has been diagnosed with AIDS, it will always be with them in their medical history.

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