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Disease Of Aids
AIDS: It depends on where and with who and what you are injecting. If you use illicit drug, there chances are high. Especially if the needle is shared with others. ...Read more
AIDS is also known as HIV/AIDS. Acquired immune disease syndrome. Late stage of HIV infection associated with low CD4 lymphocytes count and clinical signs of immune dysfunction. Many excellent sources on internet to learn more. See a doctor if you think you may have acquired HIV infection. Treatment options ...Read more
Yes, but risk is low: All transplanted organs come from human beings and can transmit infectious disease or cancer. To prevent unintentional passage of a new disease with the organ, careful laboratory testing, behavioral screening of donors, and visual assessment of the organ (by the surgeon) are combined. If there is extra risk because of 1 or more factors, the team usually reviews the information pre-txp with you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There are many: There are well over 100 hereditary / genetic deficiencies in components of the immune system. Illnesses from malnutrition to cushing's suppress immunity. Different cellular components may become depleted in a host of illness or as a result of medication. ...Read more
Helps: Helps you to survive........Functional and with mental peace through the illness and health. Nothing will protect/ prevent u from going 6 feet under..............This is the eternal truth. ...Read more
Yes: In addition to causing aids, we now know that HIV also increases chronic inflammation and immune activation, which can increase the risk of complications like coronary heart disease, malignancies, decreased bone density, and cognitive dyfunction. There is a lot of interest now in HIV as a cause of earlier complications of the aging process. ...Read more
Which test?: Rapid HIV screens are usually available in 24 hrs or less. The HIV antibody screen can be available in 24-48 hrs or less depending on the lab, but the more sophisticated confirmatory western blot may take longer. The PCR for detection of viral nucleic acid may take some time, but a great deal of the delay depends on the laboratoryr expertise and the number of specimens they receive & frequency. ...Read more
I"m 16yr old boy,2yrs back i had wore my sister's,mom's,aunt's USED bras.now will anyone of us get sexually transmitted disease,AIDS,or other diseases?
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