How to check AIDS?

How to check AIDS?

Blood tests are the most common way to diagnose the virus that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). AIDS needs proper checking to save the people Now some AIDS tests have been developed. These tests look for antibodies to the virus that is present in the blood of infected individuals. The Fourth International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific was held in Manila. People exposed to the virus should get tested immediately. The conference urged the nations of Asia and the people to marginalize drug users, sex workers, the gay community and those related even individually to the deadly diseases so that its further spread could be prevented. About 180 delegates attended the conference which concluded in the following ways. Getting tested is the only way to find out if you have HIV. If you test positive for the virus, you and your doctor can develop a treatment plan to help fight HIV and ward off complications. Every country in Asia and the Pacific must collect data on its behavioral, socioeconomic and epidemiological vulnerabilities to HIV and AIDS. These tests are quick, painless, and sometimes free.

Some illnesses listed below:

  • Candidiasis of bronchi, esophagus, trachea or lungs
  • Cervical cancer that is invasive
  • Cryptococcosis is affecting the body outside the lungs.
  • Cytomegalovirus disease outside of the liver, spleen or lymph nodes.
  • Encephalopathy that is HIV-related.
  • Histoplasmosis has spread.
  • Lymphoma is Burkitt type, immunoblastic or that is primary and affects the brain or central nervous system.
  • Pneumonia that is recurrent.
  • Toxoplasmosis of the brain also called encephalitis.

When you get HIV, your immune system makes antibodies that try to fight off the infection. It must devise a national plan for controlling AIDS. These nations should stop the rejection of infected persons with AIDS. The safe sexual tendency must be practiced using condoms. Homosexual behavior and tendency and multiple partner sex must be stopped and avoided. Prostitution centers must be closed. The country must Intervene. Proper medical checking up of every sex worker and the customer must be made mandatory. Your doctor will ask about your symptoms, medical history, and risk factors and perform a physical examination.

Early testing also can alert you to avoid high-risk behavior that could spread the virus to others. We now understand prevention is better than cure”- goes the wise maxim. Hence man is able to fight against this deadly disease by dint of great willpower. The earlier it’s diagnosed, the earlier you can start treatment and avoid becoming seriously ill.