Symptoms of HIV/AIDS and How is HIV/AIDS Transmitted
How is HIV/AIDS transmitted?
HIV is Human Immunodeficiency Virus that spread from one person to another person by vaginal fluids, semen, pre-seminal fluids, sexual transmission, blood transmission, during unprotected sex, sex without a condom, labour, delivery, breastfeeding, Rectal fluids and during pregnancy. When this virus spread from one person to another person then it is called HIV transmission.
How to avoid HIV/AIDS?
Always when go for sex don’t behave riskily. Always go for safe sex use a new condom any time and before sex talk with your sex partner. Don’t share needles with another and also not use again the same needle for the same person. Don’tshare drugs injection needles.
Always change new condom when you have vaginal sex, anal sex and oral sex. HIV can also spread from a mother to child during pregnancy, breastfeeding and at the time of the birth of a child.
There Are Some Symptoms of HIV/AIDS:-
- Morning Headache
- Rapidly weight loss
- Flu-like illness feeling
- Sore Throat
- Swollen glands
- Joints Pain
- Night sweat
- Memory loss
- Neurologic disorders
How to Reduce Risk of HIV/AIDS?
1. Go For Safe Sex:-
Always go for safe sex before having sex with your partner talk with him about the sexual disease and tell him about HIV/AIDS. If you are HIV/AIDS positive and also ask from her or him that he/she also not affected by HIV/AIDS.Use a new condom every
the time when have sex with your partner.
2.Use of New Condom:-
Before having sex with your partner use condom and oily condoms have less risk to tear so use oily condoms as some lubricants are used to make less friction during have vaginal, oral and anal sex. So use lubricants with condoms during the sex because it is also
have less chance to tear vegina after use of lubricant.
3. Don’t Do Needles Exchange:-
When you have a needle to take drugs during any kind of treatment don’t use used needles because it has so more chance to spread HIV/AIDS. Always use unused needles. It is also so many chances if you have HIV/AIDS then you also aware of cancer so you can know about
How to reduce cancer risk.
4. Limits of Sexual Partner:-
Always have a limit of a sex partner. If you don’t have that then there is more chance to HIV/AIDS infection. Having limits of sex partners reduces the risk of HIV/AIDS. Always be loyal with your sex partner about sex disease.
During the pregnancy, the child has more chance to HIV/AIDS positive if the mother is HIV/AIDS positive so go for test and take treatment because treatment is available in this condition to protect baby from HIV/AIDS.
6. Go for Regular HIV/AIDS Test:-
Always go for an HIV/AIDS test after a time period. It reduces the risk of HIV/AIDS.
7. DON’t Take Drugs:-
Don’t take drugs because its increase the risk of HIV/AIDS so much so avoid drugs as much as possible and avoids needles to use.
8. Don’t Share Injecting Equipment:-
IF use injecting equipment then doesn’t share them with any other person because of its increase so many chances to spread HIV/AIDS from one person to another person.
9. Use Dental Dams:-
Dental dams are used for oral sex mainly but it also works as a barrier between the vagina anal and oral sex and safe for sex so use dental dams before having vagina, anal and oral sex.
10.Aware About HIV/AIDS:-
Always aware of the sex disease and go for a treatment soon when you have any kind of sexual disease. its reduce risk of HIV/AIDS.