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Category: HIV/AIDS

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Herpes and HIV

Herpes is a type of infection that increases someone’s chances of getting HIV or the human immunodeficiency virus. If the is insufficient, HIV can progress to its most-advanced stage – acquired immunodeficiency syndrome popularly known as AIDS. Individuals with the infection are subject to severe health complications. The herpes simplex virus triggers herpes. It has …

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The Intersections Between Syphilis and HIV

The Intersections Between Syphilis and HIV. Two of the most common infections known today are syphilis and HIV. Both of them are acquired primarily through unsafe sex. When a diagnosis is given in either of these two infections, immediate treatment is necessary to prevent severe health complications. What are syphilis and HIV? How are these …

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HIV and Lymphoma

What is Lymphoma and HIV? Lymphoma refers to a condition involving the lymphatic system. This type of cancer is usually diagnosed in individuals with complications in their immune systems.  Meanwhile, HIV is an infection that impairs the body’s ability to protect against diseases. The HIV virus functions by multiplying its number within the body and …

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Nail Changes and HIV: What is the Connection?

When it comes to the symptoms associated with HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), changes in the formation of nails are not common. There isn’t much evidence of people experiencing such a condition. Additionally, nail changes can also be a result of the consumption of different HIV medications. Nevertheless, such an incident is not tagged dangerous. Learning …

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Is HIV/AIDS a Chronic Disease?

What is chronic disease? HIV Chronic Disease? Chronic disease is defined as a medical condition that lasts for 1 year or more. Once a person is diagnosed with a chronic illness, ongoing medical treatment is required. Some examples of chronic diseases are cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Besides cancer or diabetes, HIV/AIDS is also considered …

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HIV and Alcohol

Alcohol and HIV. Once an individual is diagnosed with HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), they become at risk of developing different health complications. If the infection is not administered with the appropriate medication, add to that the abuse of alcohol, HIV treatment becomes a difficult undertaking. Drinking alcohol occasionally is definitely acceptable. However, abusing the said …

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Pre-Cum and HIV

What is Pre-ejaculate (Pre-cum)? Pre-Cum and HIV. Pre-ejaculate is the clear fluid that the man’s penis secretes after arousal before ejaculation. Colloquially termed pre-cum, the said fluid is produced by two pea-sized glands known as Cowper’s glands. These glands are located below the prostate, from which the secretion of pre-cum is carried out by the …

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