Stds/hiv/aids … But just because someone says they’re


Stds/hiv/aids

Imagine you had a std or
sexually transmitted disease. What would do and how do you think you prevent
that? Where would you go to get it treated or looked at. Well in this essay we
will go over everything from how to cure it how you get it and long term and
short term effects.

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How to get hivs. There
are many ways you could You can get an STD if you have sex without a
condom with someone who has an STD. If 2 people who don’t have any STDs have
sex, then it’s not possible for either of them to get one. … But just because
someone says they’re a virgin doesn’t necessarily mean they don’t have an
STD.if you want to check if you have any of these check for if You have unusual
vaginal bleeding. If you have a discharge from the vagina or penis. If you have
any new symptoms, such as sores, bumps, rashes, blisters, or warts.If you have
itching, tingling, pain, or burning in the genital or anal area

 

How to treat hivs. You
can’t really cure them because of the disease implanting itself to your blood
cells. So in the end there really is no cure for hivs but treatment can help. Adherence to antiretroviral regimens can help and slow the
process down so much to the point where it take forever to move on to its
secondary form. Infectious disease doctor is a doctor that treats all natural
and tropic disease there is one in every human hospital in America.

 

    Long term effects. Over time
people with hiv will experience symptoms like gaining fat in places such as
legs, arms, waist, breast and cheeks. Also long-term HIV-sufferers may develop
heart disease.You can also get side effects
from other things like the treatment the doctors gives you. Effects you could
possibly receive from these medications are sweating at night, losing lots of
weight at one time, blood pressure and eyes tearing all the time. If you have
any of these or other ones you have to ether go see your provider for that
medicine or a Infectious disease doctor.

 

    Who gets hiv. People who get hiv
are usually sexually active or they are Gay and bisexual men, particularly young
African American gay and bisexual men, are most affected because of their
activity. In 2016, 39,782 people were diagnosed with HIV in the U.S. An
estimated 1.1 million people in the United States were living with HIV at the
end of 2015, the most recent year for which this information is available. Of
those people, about 15%, or 1 in 7, did not know they were infected.

 

   
How
many people get hiv per year. Hiv is a very big problem maybe not to 8th
graders at carusi but it claimed 100,00 million lives in 2016 from the united
states only. Also in the past 50 years it took 12 million lives worldwide. HIV continues to be a major
global public health issue, having claimed more than 35 million lives so far.
In 2016, 1.0 million people died from HIV-related causes globally.

 

How to
prevent spreading hiv. You can prevent hiv in many ways the first way is you
can always wear protection when your having sexual intercorce. You can also use
medication if you have hiv to keep it from spreading. The medication is Truvada. You can also just
tell your partner that you have hiv or ask your partner if they have hiv.
Another way is just dont have sex with anyone you don’t know or have a
relationship with.

 

   

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