No, not directly. Proctitis refers to inflammation of the anus and rectum. Certain types of proctitis, caused by herpes, or other sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea/chlamydia, may make it easier for HIV infection to occur with unprotected sexual contact. Thus, proctitis may indirectly lead to HIV infection, which can lead to aids.
No. Aids (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is caused by infection with HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). To become infected with hiv, a person must come in contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person, through sexual contact or needle sharing. Proctitis, inflammation of the rectum, does not lead to HIV infection or aids. Inflammation of the rectum may increase risk to acquisition of hiv.