World AIDS Day 2021: World AIDS Day is observed every year on 1 December. Many people do not know the difference between AIDS and HIV. Human Immunodeficiency Virus / Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV / AIDS) is often considered a common condition. However, HIV and AIDS are neither the same condition nor do they have the same diagnosis. HIV is a virus that attacks CD4, a type of white blood cell in the body’s immune system. A person who has been found to be HIV positive will find it difficult to recover from even minor injury or illness. Decreases the body’s ability to fight against HIV infection and disease. While the body is capable of fighting many viruses, some of them can never be removed.
HIV is a virus that can never be removed from the body. On the other hand, AIDS is a disease that causes a range of symptoms. A person infected with HIV is likely to develop Symptoms Of AIDS if they do not seek treatment for HIV. A person can develop HIV without developing AIDS, although it is not possible to develop AIDS without HIV.
What is HIV?
CD4 cells or T cells are what keep the body healthy. HIV attacks these cells and reduces them in number. This makes the person vulnerable to infections caused by bacteria and viruses. The destruction of CD4 cells can be controlled with the help of antiretroviral drug therapy. You can catch HIV through direct contact with breast milk, vaginal fluid, semen, and blood. The virus is usually passed from one person to another by intercourse, mother-to-child infection during pregnancy, and sharing needles.
Symptoms Of HIV
A person infected with HIV feels that he is suffering from the flu. Initial symptoms include fatigue, headache, fever and swollen lymph nodes in the neck and groin.
What is AIDS?
When HIV is left untreated, it can lead to AIDS. According to WebMD, AIDS is the third and most advanced stage of HIV. A person who has not been diagnosed with HIV or is not treated quickly with HIV drugs is more likely to develop AIDS.
Symptoms Of AIDS
Night sweats, depression, loss of memory, sudden and unexpected weight loss, fever that keeps coming back, pneumonia, skin, nose, eyelids or mouth spots, feeling tired without cause and wounds in mouth, genitals Happen.
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