Two Minutes with Dr. Yah-ya د . يحيى : Important Ways for HIV Passing On.
Hasan A. Yahya, Ph.Ds- Arab American Encyclopedia– Health Section
AIDS is a disease recently discovered, to be sure, this epidemic was not known before 1984. When numbers began to rise, and the act of sexuality was the major cause among homo and hetero –sexual partners research began to increase in Medical Institution and universities to cure the epidemic. In this informative article we explain how the disease grow or start. AIDS is not a joke, folks. It is very dangerous epidemic like cancer without exaggeration.
People still ask the old question about AIDS. How is the HIV passed on? I think they are right, because: AIDS is one of the biggest problems facing the world today and nobody is beyond its reach, so everyone should know the basic facts about HIV and AIDS.
While the answer is common in the literature on health and may be easily found, some like to read it here. Before giving the answer, we define the concept AIDS, which is the (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome-AIDS) a medical condition. People develop AIDS because HIV has damaged their natural defenses against disease. HIV is found in the blood and the sexual fluids of an infected person, and in the breast milk of an infected woman. HIV transmission occurs when a sufficient quantity of these fluids get into someone else’s bloodstream. There are various ways a person can become infected with HIV.
First: Unprotected sexual intercourse with an infected person. Where sexual intercourse without a condom is risky, because the virus, which is present in an infected person’s sexual fluids, can pass directly into the body of their partner. This is true for unprotected vaginal and anal sex. Oral sex however, carries a lower risk, but again HIV transmission can occur here if a condom is not used – for example, if one partner has bleeding gums or an open cut, however small, in their mouth.
Second: Use of infected blood products Many people in the past have been infected with HIV by the use of blood transfusions and blood products which were contaminated with the virus – in hospitals, for example. In much of the world this is no longer a significant risk, as blood donations are routinely tested.
Third: From mother to child through breastfeeding, HIV can be transmitted from an infected woman to her baby during pregnancy, delivery and breastfeeding. There are special drugs that can greatly reduce the chances of this happening, but they are unavailable in much of the developing world.
Fourth: Contact with an infected person’s blood, in this case if sufficient blood from an infected person enters someone else’s body then it can pass on the virus.
And Finally, through injecting drugs, people who use injected drugs are also vulnerable to HIV infection. In many parts of the world, often because it is illegal to possess them, injecting equipment or works are shared. A tiny amount of blood can transmit HIV, and can be injected directly into the bloodstream with the drugs. (426 words) www.hasanyahya.com
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