viernes, 22 de enero de 2010

Información y prevención

Information and prevention

HIV is the virus that, according to most experts, get AIDS. Although there is no specific vaccine to cure this disease, if there are several drugs which combine to decrease the symptoms. How is it spread and how to prevent it, is information that nobody can ignore. Forms of contagion HIV can be transmitted from an infected person to another through the following fluids: blood (including menstrual blood), semen, vaginal secretions, from mother to baby through breast milk. Blood contains the highest concentration of virus, followed by semen and fluids can be carried by vaginales.También: pre-ejaculatory fluid (pre-semen). Although not seen that this fluid transmit HIV, it can contain small amounts of sperm and white blood cells do. As you know, a secure transmission route is when the virus enters the bloodstream. This can happen in three main ways: unprotected sex, by direct contact with blood (including sharing needles for drugs that are injected, or blood transfusions), from mother to baby (before or during birth, or through the breastmilk.) HIV can enter the body through open wounds or mucous membranes directly infect. Transmission can occur in the anus or rectum, vagina and penis in the mouth (much less risky) and eyes. These body parts need protection when in contact with infected fluids. HIV can not pass through skin that is healthy, without recientes.Así cut as there are some things that infect the VHI, there are others who do not, such as feces, saliva, sweat, tears, urine, insects (this virus is not transmitted by mosquitoes, flies, fleas, bees or other insects similar). If an insect sucks blood from someone infected with HIV, the virus dies in the stomach bug (while digesting the blood). Nor is spread by sharing plates, utensils or food. In cases of blood donation, if the needles are sterilized to prevent possible infection of blood donors

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