The Possibility Of HIV Aids Can Be Completely Cured?
Pg, I want to ask. Indeed, if a positive patient with HIV can get rid of the disease if he falls, he bleeds and the blood disappears. My friend in 2013 was positive for HIV but he’s just talking now when he’s getting sick. Maybe as long as I read it on google That is the final stage of AIDS, but his family insists that he has consulted his doctor … that his AIDS is no longer available because within 5 years he often falls off the motorbike and often bleeds so the AIDS virus is gone because the blood comes out . please explain, I am still confused and do not believe it
Hello sister Ely,
HIV infection or Human immunodeficiency virus infects through direct contact with body fluids transmitted from contact with blood, genital fluids, sperm and even from mother to child during pregnancy, this virus multiplies with the main target of the body's immune cells causing weakness of the body's immune cells so that germs can easily infect. The body causes complications of various diseases which in normal humans can get better with routine treatment but in people with HIV it can lead to prolonged severe infection which then progresses to AIDS conditions. There is no treatment for this virus to eradicate the virus, but special antiviral drugs can be consumed to suppress the reproductive process of the virus, which functions to improve the quality of life of sufferers such as not being susceptible to disease, immune cells not easily attacked or weak and helping to live longer than patients who do not consume it. special antiviral drugs.
The HIV virus cannot be lost with lost blood such as during wounds, or bleeding or dialysis. Examinations that can be done are VCT examinations by doctors in special clinics and clinics, treatment with special antivirals.
Provide support for people with HIV AIDS by getting closer to God, guarding the feelings of family and patients, avoiding contact with patient body fluids without medical protective equipment such as disposable gloves. Instruct regular doctor consultations. Avoid contact with other sick sufferers because it will easily infect the patient. Maintain food hygiene, provide nutritious and regular food. To prevent HIV transmission, avoid sexual intercourse with multiple partners, avoid sharing needles, avoid drug use and avoid using unsterile tattoos. Perform TORCH prenuptial checks for couples. may be useful.