HIV Testing At Home?
if we check HIV ourselves with the tools we bought at the pharmacy, for example rapid tests, is it permissible, should it be the same with the doctor, if the same as my doctor is not brave, I just bought the device at the pharmacy but hesitated about using it, please enlighten me, I’ve ever check HIV in vct 2 times after having sexsual with transsexuals, 6 month intervals dizziness coughing excessive phlegm phlegm rich in sinusitis, I get dizzy every time I experience the symptoms they will immediately think of HIV please enlighten me, I will not feel guilty please enlighten me my mind is always stressed
HIV is a disease caused by a virus that is the human immunodeficiency virus that attacks the immune system so that the body becomes weak and susceptible to disease. when this virus infects the body it will cause symptoms of body weakness, fever, headache, joint and muscle pain, weight loss, lymph nodes to swell, and susceptible to viral, bacterial, or fungal infections and others. HIV can be transmitted through bodily fluids contact with an infected person, such as blood donation, sexual intercourse, saliva, the use of syringes along with other people, and organ transplants. to find out whether HIV infection is needed blood tests or laboratory tests, and this examination is generally carried out in hospitals that have these facilities and on the advice / indication by doctors who have done a general examination first. if you are not ready to see a doctor, you may just do the inspection yourself with the equipment you have purchased and must be in accordance with the inspection instructions listed on the box / package of the rapid test tool that you purchased. this can help you to diagnose early before deciding to see a doctor. but I suggest it would be nice for you to see a doctor at the nearest hospital so that you can consult with your doctor directly and be more open and get directions and solutions about HIV testing and how the results will be because when you have tested for HIV and the results are reactive or non-active even though, You need to consult a doctor if you have a large risk factor for HIV such as free sexual relations, have a colleague or close friend who has been infected with HIV or other things. things you need to consider to prevent HIV transmission are being loyal to a partner, having healthy sexual relations, using safeguards (condoms) during sexual intercourse, avoiding drinking and illicit substances, avoiding stress, regular exercise, and getting enough rest.
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