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HIV and AIDS, Symptoms, Testing, Treatment, Risk Factors, Preventions, Nutrition, Marriage, Having Children, Legal Issues
102 pages
HIV and AIDS, Symptoms, Testing, Treatment, Risk Factors, Preventions, Nutrition, Marriage, Having Children, Legal Issues

In case of infection, this book describes in details how HIV affects specific cells in our body (that fights off infections and diseases) and the signs and symptoms that accompany such infection.

AIDS and Home Care
184 pages
AIDS and Home Care

This book presents the world-wide information about HIV/AIDS, reports and studies, and educational activities and programmes to keep the policy makers, planners, professionals, activists, researchers, educationists, teachers and students ...

Skin Manifestations Of Aids, Second Edition
264 pages
Skin Manifestations Of Aids, Second Edition

Infection by HIV can lead to a number of different clinical scenarios. There may be no signs or symptoms of initial infection. Patients may remain asymptomatic for a prolonged period of time with little or no laboratory evidence of immunosuppres– sion. Disease may begin with chronic lymphadenopathy of varying duration, AIDS-related complex or an asymptomatic carrier state. Few reports describe the acute illness associated with incipient HIV infection. Descriptions of the signs and ...

SPIN
72 pages
SPIN

Dr. Caiazza was first intrigued by the possible link between AIDS and syphilis in 1986 when he noticed that, despite an overall increase in venereal disease, very few syphilis cases were showing up. Among the few syphilis cases who did come in were AIDS patients who were treated with penicillin and saw their "AIDS" symptoms disappear. Earlier, in 1981, a team of West German doctors, Klaus- Uwe Dierig and Urban Waldthaler, realized that massive doses of penicillin wiped out the ...

Nevirapine and the Quest to End Pediatric AIDS
328 pages
Nevirapine and the Quest to End Pediatric AIDS

But what if an otherwise healthy person has a fever, muscle aches, and nausea, all of which go away in a few days? Are those symptoms due to HIV or simply a case of the flu? HIV is sneaky. It cannot be detected for weeks after it infects a person, who may in the meantime donate blood, have unprotected sex, or breastfeed. The virus swims through the bloodstream ofits victims, burrowing deep inside their bodies, proliferating, and waiting for a chance to infect somebody else. With only ...

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HIV/AIDS
HIV/AIDS Eventually, the disease can progress to AIDS, where severe symptoms take place. The body's immune system is weakened to very low levels and risk of infection greatly increases. Symptoms include: rapid weight loss, recurring fever, extreme fatigue

The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Symptoms to Know if You're Always Exhausted
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HIV vs AIDS: What you need to know
HIV vs AIDS: What you need to know Symptoms of early stage HIV appear as flu-like symptoms within two to three weeks after obtaining the HIV infection, but some people may not experience these symptoms. It is highly encouraged to not rely on these symptoms alone, getting tested is the