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HIV can be gone on if blood tainted with HIV gets into the body. Sharing needles, for tattoos, piercings or infusing medications can go on HIV ...
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What is HIV? HIV is an infection that assaults the body\'s safe framework The insusceptible framework battles off contaminations and shields the body from malady If HIV goes untreated the safe framework turns out to be exceptionally feeble and individuals turn out to be to a great degree debilitated At this point, specialists say that somebody has AIDS

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How is HIV transmitted? HIV can be gone on through these natural liquids: Blood Semen Vaginal liquids or butt-centric discharges Breast milk

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You can\'t get HIV from Kissing Shaking hands Sneezing Spitting Using the same can Sharing cups, plates, forks…

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History of HIV 1981 – first instances of AIDS are distinguished in the USA 1986 – HIV is recognized as the infection that causes AIDS 1987 – The Government sends \'Helps – Don\'t Die of Ignorance pamphlets to each home in the UK 1996 – Newly accessible treatment changes the lives of numerous individuals living with HIV

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HIV and blood HIV can be passed on if blood contaminated with HIV gets into the body Sharing needles, for tattoos, piercings or infusing medications can go on HIV One in 75 infusing drug clients in the UK is thought to be HIV-constructive

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HIV and blood In the UK all gave blood and organs are screened to ensure the blood is sheltered Nobody has ever ended up tainted in the wake of getting harmed amid games (notwithstanding boxing) There has never been an instance of HIV disease in a school

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HIV and sex HIV can be gone on through sexual liquids, for example, semen most by far of individuals with HIV in the UK were contaminated amid sex Condoms are the best way to shield yourself from getting HIV through sex

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HIV and sex Think you\'re not at danger? More than 1 in 10 new HIV analyze in 2007 were amongst those matured 16-24 years of age by far most (96%) got to be contaminated through unprotected sex

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Do babies get HIV? In the event that a mother has HIV she can pass it on to her kid amid pregnancy, birth or from bosom bolstering But with appropriate treatment and care, and if bosom sustaining is stayed away from, a HIV-positive mother can have a HIV-negative child

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Do babies get HIV? Without treatment, up to 33% of infants will be conceived with HIV With treatment and if the mother maintains a strategic distance from bosom encouraging the danger that the infant will be HIV-positive is under 1 in each 100 Most pregnant ladies in the UK now have a HIV test

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The HIV test HIV can be analyzed through blood or spit tests The tests hope to check whether there are antigens or antibodies to HIV in the blood Antibodies are created when the body is presented to disease. Antigens are what make the antibodies structure

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Testing times New tests can tell in the event that somebody is HIV-constructive inside 12 days of disease Results can be prepared in as meager as 20 minutes 7,700 individuals in the UK tried positive for HIV in 2007 Over 75,000 HIV tests were taken in 2007

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Is there a cure? There is no cure for HIV Treatments are accessible and they are exceptionally successful Treatment keeps the invulnerable framework solid and solid People with HIV who are on treatment can carry on with a long, sound, dynamic life

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All about treatment Most individuals on treatment take a blend of 3 medications Drugs must be taken each day else they can quit working The medications can have symptoms, for example, sickness or a sleeping disorder. Some of the time these can be so terrible you need to switch drugs

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Protect yourself as well as other people Most individuals in the UK get HIV from unprotected sex, dependably utilize a condom Never share needles. Not for inking, penetrating or infusing drugs

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Presentation created by November 2008 For more data visit www.worldaidsday.org

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