HIV treatments

  1. Primary HIV

    What is Primary HIV? PHI (Primary HIV Infection) Syndrome usually starts within one to six weeks after initial infection of HIV appears as an acute case of flu-like symptoms. Who is at risk? Anyone can become infected, but in the US blacks are infected 7 times more often than whites and Hispanics 3 times more often than whites. Other risk...
  2. Prevention of HIV/AIDS Infections

    HIV also knows as the Human Immunodeficiency Virus is a type of virus that first infects you with HIV but when you reach to its seventh state you probably get affected by AIDS too. HIV comes in two forms mainly; the first form is in a free particle form, and the other is in the shape of a virus surrounded...
  3. With Proper Support, Life Expectancy Of An HIV Patient Can Be Significantly Improved

    Over the past two decades, the life projection for people living with HIV has increased significantly given that many HIV infected persons can now live a healthier and longer life with good routine care. This rapid increase has occurred significantly since 1996 when the new antiretroviral drugs were developed in addition to the former existing antiretroviral therapies. The combination of...
  4. What are the Symptoms of Acute HIV Infection?

    The acute stage of an infection has often been regarded as its primary stage where the infection develops based on the way it is handled. Specifically, the acute stage of HIV is said to exist between the periods of two to four weeks after one has been exposed to the infection. Various other names are also used to describe what...
  5. Can Antiretroviral Drugs Stop HIV/AIDS

    HIV is the acronym for Human Immunodeficiency Virus, a virus that belongs to a genus of retrovirus known as lentirus. Lentivirus is characterized by its ability to have extended incubation periods in the body system of humans and other mammals. HIV as a lentivirus can facilitate deadly and chronic diseases in infected persons. The virus, HIV, is transmitted by the...

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