There are rare other ways to spread AIDS in which HIV transmit when organs or tissues are transplanted, or through dentist’s work tools if they are not properly sterilized.
Complications of spread AIDS
Here are the most important complications that can result from AIDS:
HIV-induced inflammation weakens the immune system, making a HIV-positive person vulnerable to many infectious diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites.
The body is also vulnerable to certain types of cancer,
but aids treatment with antiretroviral drugs has significantly reduced the number of opportunistic infections and various cancers attacking HIV-infected patients.
It can be assumed that these infections will appear in people who have not received any treatment, including:
Bacterial infections spread AIDS
There are many germs that can lead to bacterial pneumonia,
which can automatically arise from contamination of the
lung itself or from inflammation of the upper respiratory tract due to cold or flu.
Mycobacterium avium complex – (MAC)
Inflammation caused by a group of microbacterials of these bacteria usually causes respiratory inflammation,
but if AIDS has reached its advanced stages and the number of T lymphocytes has dropped below 50,
multi-system inflammation is likely to develop capable of infecting almost any internal organ of the body,
including bone marrow, liver, or spleen.
This inflammation causes a range of symptoms,
such as high body temperature, night sweats, weight loss, abdominal pain and diarrhea.
Tuberculosis (Tb- TB)
Tuberculosis in developing countries is the most common opportunistic infection associated with HIV contamination,
and tuberculosis is the leading cause of death among AIDS patients.
Millions of people around the world are infected with BOTH AIDS and tuberculosis,
and many experts view the infections as twin builders because there is a deadly symbiotic relationship between AIDS and tuberculosis,
which stimulates the emergence of each other.
People living with AIDS are more likely to develop tuberculosis,
and their risk of HIV transmission from a dormant virus to an effective virus increases.
Tuberculosis also increases the frequency and rate of HIV prevalence,
not to mention that tuberculosis may attack people living with HIV many years before any symptoms that can indicate HIV infection,
with the sudden onset of tuberculosis outside the lungs often a primary symptom of AIDS infection.
If tests show that someone is HIV-positive,
then it is recommended that they be immediately tested for tuberculosis,
and if the TB test is positive,
then lung imaging and other necessary tests are recommended to detect whether TB is dormant or effective.
If the disease is ineffective,
there are several medical treatments that will prevent the disease from becoming an effective disease,
as tuberculosis is a disease of greater concern and more severe than other opportunistic diseases because it is a very contagious disease.
Salmonella gut inflammation
This infectious inflammatory disease is transmitted through contaminated water or food,
and its symptoms include: acute diarrhea, high body temperature, chills, abdominal pain and sometimes vomiting.
Although anyone exposed to salmonella bacteria becomes infected,
it is more prevalent among HIV-positive people,
as the risk of contracting the disease can be reduced by washing your hands thoroughly after contact with food or animals,
and taking care to cook meat and eggs properly.
- Viral infections
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) spread AIDS
This virus is common and herpes-causing and is transmitted mainly by body fluids,
such as saliva, blood, semen and breast milk.
A healthy immune system can neutralize this virus,
turning it into an inert virus in the body,
but when the immune system is weak,
the virus becomes effective and can cause damage to the eyes, digestive system, lungs, and other organs of the body.
This virus causes retinal infections and if we not treated such inflammation in the eye,
it may worsen to the point of total blindness.
Symptoms of viral hepatitis include yellowing of eye whites, i.e. jaundice, fatigue, nausea, abdominal pain, loss of appetite and diarrhea, there are several types of viral hepatitis.
Hepatitis B and viral hepatitis C can lead to chronic and persistent inflammation,
increasing the risk of long-term complications, such as cirrhosis or cirrhosis of the liver, and liver cancer.
If someone is HIV-positive and has viral hepatitis,
then they may be at risk of developing a future of liver poisoning as a result of the drugs they will have to take to treat the disease.
Herpes Simplex Virus – (HSV) spread AIDS
Herpes simplex virus, which causes herpes to appear in the genitals,
is often go to another person when unprotected or oral sex.
The initial symptoms of the disease include pain,
irritation and itching in the genital areas,
after which blisters containing liquids explode and bleed in the genital areas, the ass and around the anus.
Although these wounds usually heal on their own,
the virus returns and appears periodically,
causing the same symptoms over and over again,
and if someone is HIV-positive, skin inflammation caused by herpes simplex virus is likely to be more severe and dangerous than it can be in healthy people,
and may sometimes need longer to heal the wound.
His general herpes symptoms are also likely to be more serious,
and although herpes is a life-threatening disease,
in serious cases it can lead to blindness or brain damage.
Human papilloma virus spread AIDS
This virus is one of the most common viruses among sexually viruses,
some types of the virus cause the appearance of simple warts and others may cause warts to appear in the genital area.
If someone is HIV-positive, they are more likely to develop HPV infection,
as well as an increased risk of recurrent infections caused by THE VIRUS.
HPV infection poses a particularly high risk to women because it increases the risk of cervical cancer.
The combination of HIV and HPV significantly increases the risk among women,
as the job of cervical cancer is to attack HIV-positive women more seriously and deadly.
In 2006, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved for the first time the use of a vaccine against the most dangerous types of papillomavirus.
we found the vaccine to be essentially effective when given to girls before they start having sexual relations,
but it is also effective for women
Young women up to the age of 26 who have normal sexual relations.
If the vaccine is not suitable for an HIV-positive woman or engages in unprotected sexual relations with a large number of partners,
it is preferable to undergo a cervical cancer screening called papanicolaou test once a year,
as cells taken from the cervix are examined with the aim of denying the risk of cervical cancer,
papilloma or other sexually transmitted diseases.
Every person who has sex we expect that the person will undergo a special examination to detect cancer in the anus,
as PAPillomavirus increases the risk of developing the cancer in both men and women.
Multifocal progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy -(PML)
Viral encephalitis is a severe inflammation by the Human Torah virus of the John Cunningham virus type.
Symptoms and initial signs of the disease vary from condition to condition,
speech difficulties, weakness on one side of the body, loss of vision in one or both eyes, or loss of sensation in one limb.
Viral meningitis appears only when the immune system is severely damaged.
This inflammation occurs as a result of a virus called Bartonella henselae whose initial symptoms are purple to red spots appearing on the skin,
symptoms very close to the symptoms of Kaposi’s sarcoma but are able to spread to other areas and organs of the body, including the liver and spleen.
Candida is one of the most common infections of AIDS patients,
with candidasis creating a thick white layer over the mouth, tongue, esophagus, or vagina.
Symptoms are more severe in children in general and appear mainly in the mouth and esophagus,
causing severe pain and eating difficulties.
Fungal meningitis (Cryptococcal meningitis)
Meningitis is an inflammation of the meningitis,
which is the casing of the spinal cord, brain, fluid container, brain preservative and spinal cord area,
fungal meningitis is inflammation of the central nervous system and is prevalent in AIDS carriers and patients.
This inflammation occurs as a result of a fungus we found the soil and mushrooms are also found in bird and bat secretions,
and symptoms of this inflammation include headaches,
high body temperature, stiff neck, and excessive sensitivity to light.
we can treat Meningitis with antifungal drugs,
but early discovery and treatment are the basis for healing.
Meningitis is a very serious disease that can cause very difficult complications and complications and may even cause death even within a short period of time,
and if infected, you should undergo long-term medication to ensure that the disease does not recur in the future.
Rheitis (PCP – Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia)
Although ART has proven to reduce the number of patients with pneumonia,
it remains one of the most common diseases among HIV carriers and patients in the United States.
This inflammation affects the lungs,
causing shortness of breath, and its symptoms also include persistent coughing and high temperature.
Toxoplasmosis spread AIDS
This inflammation, which can sometimes cause death,
the cause of this is the parasite we know for toxoplasma gondii, which is spread mainly by cats.