HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections

The human immunodeficiency virus harms the immune system. HIV infection and damage occur in CD4 cells when it is untreated. The body is then anticipated to develop a variety of diseases and cancerous growths as HIV kills more and more CD4 cells. In general, organic liquids like vaginal and rectal fluids, breast milk, semen, and blood can spread HIV. In general, air, water, or simple touch are not effective means of spreading the virus. Since there is now no cure for HIV, it is a lifelong infection. Without treatment, a man with HIV would eventually develop the deadly disease AIDS.

The infections that have been spread from one person to another by sexual contact are referred to as venereal diseases (VDs) or sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). The usual causes of STDs are bacteria, yeast, bacteria, and viruses. Men and women are both affected by the more than 20 different types of STDs. Women are most impacted than men. As STDs develop, antibiotics can treat them. While drugs can help with the symptoms and keep the infection under control, there is no cure for virus-initiated STDs.

  • Chlamydia
  • Genital herpes
  • Human papillomavirus

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