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Category: HIV/AIDS

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A New Highly virulent variant was discovered in the Netherlands.

Now we know what you’re thinking.. ‘oh great, yet another HIV variant’.  Just hearing the term ‘variant’ nowadays makes just about everyone cringe with frustration and a certain level of panic, regardless of what disease or virus it’s affiliated with. That being said, don’t fret, this variant of HIV has been around for quite some …

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Can You Get HIV From a Tattoo or Body Piercing?

A tattoo is a form of body art. Since its introduction, it has become popular with millions of individuals, particularly teens. Their safety is a big question with the rising trend of tattoos and body piercing in different age groups. Many individuals wonder if this form of body art can put them at risk of …

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Does HIV Cause the Swollen Lymph Nodes?

What is a swollen lymph node? A swollen lymph node usually indicates that an infection is active. Oftentimes, it happens alongside fever, chills, and sore throat. But how is it related to HIV (human immunodeficiency virus)? Does the infection somehow trigger the said medical condition to occur? Lymph nodes is one of the major compositions of …

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HIV and Diarrhea: What is the link between these conditions?

What is Diarrhea? Diarrhea is a condition that individuals with HIV often experience as a symptom or side effect of consuming their antiretroviral drugs. According to a study, individuals under antiretroviral drugs may tend to experience loose bowel movements three times or more every day. The following are the main triggering factors why diarrhea may …

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HIV Seroconversion: Definition, Symptoms, and Treatment

What is HIV Seroconversion? HIV Seroconversion is the period between viral exposure and when antibodies are detectable within the blood. Once an HIV infection happens, the body’s immunity produces antibodies to fight the virus. The seroconversion period takes a few weeks, where testing positive for HIV is highly possible. An HIV test checks for HIV …

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