As a person dying of AIDS the last sense to function is?
no, he doesn't have aids
it is a 90% chance od dying from AIDS unfortunatly.
Yes, you can be around that person. If you are not HIV positive or have AIDs yourself I would suggest wearing gloves if you are going to touch them or not touching any open soars or cuts. Do not use anything of theirs either. Be as careful as possible with the person because you do not want to contract the disease. Do not have sex with that person because you will contract the disease especially… Read More
Because of the nature of the disease people were dying as a result of HIV Aids before the disease was known about. so we will never know.
No No, to get AIDS you must have physical contact with another person who has AIDS. You cannot get AIDS if you did not have physical contact with another person who has AIDS. Hope this helped !
AIDS doesnt affect a specific part of the body. AIDS is a diagnosis given to an HIV+ person who exhibits qualifying clinical criteria. HIV is the virus that causes AIDS and attacks cells associated with immune function, broadly speaking, white blood cells.
He doesn't have aids, but has a heroin addiction. The health trouble that causes has a lot in common with the complications AIDS causes (i.e. pulmonary hypertension).
HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is transmitted by contact with infected body fluid (blood, semen, vaginal fluid or breast milk.) HIV uses cells associated with immune function to replicate, rendering the cells ineffective at fighting disease. HIV is the virus that causes a person to develop AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.) AIDS is a diagnosis that is given to an HIV+ person when their immune function has reached a critically low point. After prolonged infection with… Read More
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Yeah, if you dont find dying scary!
Not in the general sense of the term parasite. AIDS is caused by the HIV virus.
The main function of the branches of the femoral nerve is that it aids in the mobility and activity of a person, maintains the body's posture, shock absorption, strength, produces heat and respiration.
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is not a stage of HIV infection, but rather a diagnosis given to an HIV+ person who has reached a certain level of decreased immune function. The AIDS diagnosis is based on the health of a person's immune system, not the amount of virus in the body.
A person with AIDS can go to hospice.
You may not know at the beginning, but some symptoms are: Fever, Headaches, Stomach Aches, Skin Rashes, etc. There is a high chance of dying from AIDS, even though you can get medical treatment to slow the HIV viruses.
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AIDS stands for Autio Immune Deficiency Syndrome. This means that the disease attacks and weakens the human immune system. This system is responsible for keeping you healthy by fighting off infections and viruses, among many other things, that are contantly attacking the human body. In a healthy person, the immune system attacks and destroys viruses and such, but in a person with AIDS the immune system is too weak or almost non-existent and as a… Read More
Yes you can catch AIDs from either blood or semen of an infected person.
You can kiss a person who has HIV and AIDS and not be infected.
A person who aids in the commission of a crime is an "abettor."
The result of the HIV infection causes AIDS; so in a sense it is a viral invasion.
A gay person can get AIDS in exactly the same way that a straight person can get AIDS: by contracting the HIV virus, usually through sex with an infected person or by using infected needles.
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Take it to the vet. There is no adequate substitute for proper veterinary care, especially if the cat is afflicted with a serious illness such as feline AIDS.
No you can not get aids from everyday interactions with a contaminated HIV person.
A person infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, can show no symptoms. AIDS is the disease characterized by the symptoms.
no.it can only be transmitted by sex or if blood of the infected person gets into you. underwear will not give you aids
no u cant, only if the person with aids has a cut in there mouth. then the blood will go into the healthy person.
Masturbation is self-sex. Its function is to keep you from getting STD'd and AIDS.
aids in cells sticking together
You have got to be kidding! No. You can only get AIDS through the virus HIV which is in the blood of an effected person who carries it. Kissing such a person will not give you aids.
No you can not get HIV or AIDS from drinking from an infected person glass.
The phrase "full blown AIDS" is medically inaccurate and is not used today. The appropriate terminology would be to simply say AIDS or AIDS diagnosis. AIDS is the syndrome caused by HIV and is the end stage of the disease. When a person receives an AIDS diagnosis the immune system is severely compromised. The patient is susceptible to infections which can be life threatening. The development of new medications can now slow the progression of… Read More
people get aids from another person bleed
The progressive decrease in immune function leads to the onset of AIDS. AIDS is diagnosed at a certain cell count or when certain opportunistic infections are diagnosed.
AIDS is obtainable through the mixing of bodily fluids, which means that is a person with AIDS sneezed into another persons mouth. that person could end up with AIDS.
AIDS is a diagnosis of a condition that has progressed to a low immune function as a result of HIV infection.
Because their immune system is weakened...
If a person has HIV it means that they are more likely to get AIDS, but they are not the same disease.
A person with AIDS looks like anybody else, a normal person. It is impossible to tell if someone is infected with AIDS just by looking at them. It has no outward signs that would let you know if a person has it. In later stages of AIDS, they may often take on a very sick, gaunt appearance, because of AIDS ravaging their body, but there would be no signs that they have any particular illness.
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When someone has AIDS in the workplace, that person is usually in the darkest, dankest corner of the office. Be sure not to allow that person to spit, sneeze, or cough on you. Otherwise, you will have AIDS.
No. In order to have the disease known as AIDS (which is not a virus itself, but a syndrome), a person needs to be infected by the HIV virus. It is the HIV virus that causes AIDS.
Yes.... if the person you are giving a BJ to has AIDS.
You don't die from AIDs you mongoloid. Of course you die from Aids you idiot, its the final stage of HIV .... the vast majority of people with AIDS die ... but how long it take varies from person to person
AIDS doesn't cause death. AIDS is the diagnosis of a condition that results from HIV infection. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the virus that causes AIDS. HIV affects the part of the body that fights disease, the immune system. Broadly speaking, the immune system is comprised of white blood cells that help the body fight infections. HIV uses these cells to reproduce, turning them into virus making factories. Over time, an HIV+ person will have… Read More
AIDS is a condition that is a reflection of a person's immune function and has no impact on any cells of the body. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the virus that causes a person to develop AIDS. HIV attacks blood cells that are associated with immune function. Red blood cells would be an example of cells unaffected by HIV. HIV attacks immune cells because it needs them to replicate. The more the virus replicates the… Read More
The phrase "full blown AIDS" is medically inaccurate and is not used today. The appropriate terminology would be to simply say AIDS or AIDS diagnosis. Without access to medication a person may progress to an AIDS diagnosis after 10 years of sero-conversion. HIV does not necessarily develop to an AIDS diagnosis. New medications and healthy living can increase the immune function (T-Cells) and decrease the HIV viral load. With care and treatment people living with… Read More
aids can be sexually transmitted but you can also catch it from the blood of a person infected by aids (hiv)