Swelling Of The Lymph Nodes Can Cause HIV?
This is what I see on people who are exposed to HIV without cause / don’t know the cause, so this is still a teenager (high school) and then I get clear and swollen, and I have never been exposed to promiscuity, injections, tattoos, blood transfusions, I was afraid of getting swollen and I was swollen and I had never been exposed to promiscuity, injections, tattoos, blood transfusion, if ad hiv if lymph nodes, I’m afraid
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HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a virus that attacks the immune system. This virus can be transmitted from sexual intercourse that changes partners, changing needles and syringes, transmission from the mother to the fetus she is carrying, piercing or tattoos, blood transfusions. While HIV transmission media can be transmitted from semen, vaginal fluid, breast milk, consumables such as enough knives, piercings, needles and syringes that are used repeatedly, and are exposed to the patient's blood when he has an open wound. The HIV virus cannot be transmitted through kissing, water, eating utensils, or touching.
So that someone who contracted HIV without any reason is not true. Most cases are indeed found that a person is unaware that he has contracted HIV through unintentional actions, such as a wife who has contracted HIV from a husband without knowing that her husband has HIV, if the wife is pregnant the fetus is at high risk of having the infection. Another example is the use of a razor or a needle that was previously contained in the blood of people with HIV, if not replaced it will increase the risk of transmission to others.
Someone who is infected with the HIV virus often does not show symptoms at an early time. Because HIV symptoms will appear several months or years after infection. Although there are no symptoms, the virus in the patient's body has the potential to spread to others. Enlarged lymph nodes can generally occur in people with HIV. But not all enlargement of the KGB is caused by HIV.
The lymph node is an organ where the immune system is produced. The swelling indicates the body's response that an infection is happening. Some causes of swollen lymph glands include:
Viral infections such as herpes simplex and shingles
Bacterial infections such as tuberculosis, ear infections
I suggest you to see a doctor about the cause of enlarged lymph nodes. Some examinations such as a complete blood count and fine needle biopsy can help identify the cause of the complaint. In addition, I suggest also to carry out HIV testing at the nearest health service that has VCT facilities.
To avoid HIV, stay away from risk factors that cause HIV.
If pain is felt in the swelling area accompanied by swelling, compress it with cold water and consume pain relief.
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