HIV, human immunodeficiency virus is a sexually transmitted disease that attacks the immune system. The virus attacks CD4 cells, T4 (o) that are necessary to combat the disease. Finally, the virus will be overwhelmed in CD4 cells and your body is not to protect against disease and infection. Once your body is the CD4 cell count below 200 per cubic millimeter of blood and / or opportunistic infections, weaken your immune system will be diagnosed with AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). The symptoms of HIV infection, depending on which phase is the only HIV test can tell if you have a disease.
Although infection is gradually think about your body, most people infected with HIV are asymptomatic. Just the fact that the HIV test can tell with certainty whether they were infected. However, despite the absence of symptoms of HIV will remain highly contagious during this period makes it much more a way of infecting others, even your baby.
HIV The The first symptoms of early symptoms of HIV infection occurs when the body starts producing antibodies against the virus (known as seroconversion) between six weeks and three months after infection with HIV. Those who show early symptoms of HIV, flu-like symptoms. These may include: fever, rash, muscle aches and swollen lymph nodes and glands. But for most people, the first symptoms of HIV will not be visible.
chronic yeast infections or candidacies (fungal infection of the mouth), fever and / or extreme sweats Easy body bruising Bouts night rashes Appearance exhaustion Unexplained purple lesions on the skin or inside mouth Sudden unexplained weight loss, diarrhea loss Chronic be maintained for One month more Symptoms the AIDS To diagnosed with AIDS, T4 cells should be reduced to less than 200 per cubic millimeter (in healthy adults, a T4 cell count and more than 1,000 per millimeter is normal) or infected with an opportunistic infection. Opportunistic infections named because they benefit from a weakened immune system.
No cure, people can expect to be infected with HIV develop AIDS eight to ten years after HIV infection. Taking HIV drugs can slow down this process. With treatment, ten to 15 years or more before developing AIDS. In later stages of HIV, before moving to full-blown AIDS, signs of HIV infection can include severe symptoms.
HIV / AIDS Symptoms infection progresses, people with HIV is growing more and more susceptible to diseases and infections are not usually affect the healthy population. Although many of these diseases can be treated easily with HIV often have a weakened immune system, which usually is not heal.
While there are applications that extend the life cycle of those infected with HIV / AIDS, there is currently no cure for AIDS. The best protection is through preventive measures.