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How AIDS is transmitted

Jan 6th 2014 at 1:25 AM

Its AIDS is therefore a disease Sexually Transmitted - STD, but that, besides the sexual transmission
It can be passed from one person to another by other means such as, for example, blood transfusion, injections (particularly drugs), pregnancy, lactation, etc.
was believed that a person newly infected with HIV is able to transmit it to another person within 2-4 (two to four) days after contracting it, but only a blood test can confirm whether the person is or is not contaminated with HIV and AIDS as yet has no cure, the only way to avoid it is by preventing infection with infected people.  http://bbs.backstage.com/groupee/forums?a=tpc&s=840105&f=842105&m=799103164&r=799103164#799103164
Soon they emerged; AIDS assailed almost exclusively gay men (men who are related sex with men).
Lately, however, the number of cases of HIV carriers (still no symptoms) and sick people (who already have symptoms), has grown among heterosexuals (people who have sex only with the opposite sex) both males and females
Even in populations that live within and among people with less education, demonstrating that the disease is no longer limited to a particular risk group and therefore anyone and everyone should protect themselves. http://shalomplace.org/eve/forums?a=tpc&s=577106381&f=10210765&m=8124081738&r=8124081738#8124081738
SYMPTOMS
Soon after infection with HIV, 50% to 90% (fifty to ninety percent) of infected people, the symptoms of the disease usually appear with an infection if any: high fever, may loggias (body pain) and art rallies ( pain in joints or joints), appearance of lymph node swelling (lumps or bumps), sore throat, rash (red spots on the body) and loss of weight.

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