How To Know I Got Aids?
HIV is likely to convert in AIDS when the immune system of an individual is getting seriously damaged day by day and he is getting a number of diseases in turn. a fungal infection causing a white film to be build in the mouth of the individual may be seen. infection in the vagina may take place along with the infections in the throat.
if you have AIDS does not means you will die soon, most of the people live many years after knowing they have hiv virus in them.
How Do You Get Aids
How Do I Get Aids?:-
One odes not actually gets AIDS , though he may get infected with HIV virus and later in turn may develop AIDS in him. coming in contact of the blood of HIV infected person can even make you HIV infected. the HIV infected person though may not look sick to you and may not have been tested HIV positive till yet but still may have HIV virus multiplying in him and causing multiple infections.
the blood, fluid semen or even breast feeded milk of the people who are HIV positive is likely to infect others with HIV. getting transfusion of infected blood is likely to cause AIDS but that does not needs to be feared as the blood is screened by the red cross societies in our countries before taking blood from any individual and before transfusing it into some other person hence this kind of risk is negligible.
an individual is likely to get HIV from anybody who is HIV infected. If the person having HIV has have had sex with his female partner, even she is likely to get HIV injected in her. and if a female having HIV makes a direct contact with her male partner or any other, even he is likely to get HIV infected. not just through physical or direct contact but HIV is likely to be injected through syringes and blades also. Suppose you go to a barber to get your hair trimmed and he uses an old blade that he used while cutting off the hair of an HIV infected person, then even you are likely to get infected with HIV as it is quite common to have a scar or some minor cut while trimming off the hair with blade.
and suppose you go to a local chemist to take some injection injected in you and with an urge to make more money he uses an old syringe on you, that was used on an unknown person, who was having HIV in him, then the syringe when injected in you, is likely to transmit his HIV virus in you and even you are likely to develop the disease.