Once a person has the HIV virus in his body, he is only living with HIV but not AIDS. A person is considered to have developed AIDS when the immune system is so weak it can no longer fight off a range of diseases with which it would normally cope.
How to know if someone get HIV?
You will never know with just the judgement of your eyes. Be royal to ur partner in relation , and pratices save sex always. Keep yourself out of niddle sharing. Take a medical checking if you are considering yourself as high risk group.
Is there a cure for HIV?
People on HIV treatment can live a healthy, active life, although they may experience side effects from the treatment. If HIV is diagnosed late, treatment may be less effective in preventing AIDS.
How is the living with HIV?
If people with HIV are diagnosed early and respond to treatment they can be healthy, work and have relationships like anyone else and have a long life expectancy.
Supports from healthcare providers, friends and family, employers and support organisations are important for people with HIV.
How is HIV passing?
Infected blood, semen, vaginal fluids or breast milk.
Sex without a condom with someone living with HIV
Sharing infected needles, syringes or other injecting drug equipment
From an HIV-positive mother (to her child) during pregnancy, childbirth or breastfeeding
Can you get HIV by?
HIV cannot be passed on through:
Kissing or touching
Spitting, coughing or sneezing
Toilet seats, swimming pools, or shared facilities or utensils