Well From my personal experience I had to move from Maine to North Carolina due to the cold weather and AIDS. I was in the hospital for at least a week once a month during the winter time in Maine. In living in NC for a year and a half I have only had one hospital stay. The weather just seemed to make me weak enough to catch every virus and bacteria out there.
It is irrelevant to AIDS patient.Cold weather can affect a normal person and so an AIDS patient. Since the patient has immunocompromised immunity the patient may feel sick more than the normal. Other than than there is no connection between cold weather and AIDS.
HIV is caused by people who have had sexual contact with another infected person.
HIV attacks the T cells of the immune system so people with AIDS die from the common cold because the T cells that fight off the common cold died because of HIV
Viral infections such as HIV can definitely affect and weaken the heart.
Yes it is true. Because there are two types of HIV. HIV 1 and HIV 2. HIV 1 and HIV 2 can never affect this people because they have different jeans. They may have the virus in them but it will never harm them but will harm you as HIV and aids terms are applied..
HIV, if untreated, has the potential to affect all body organs.
Casual contact, sweat, tears, feces, urine do not affect the spread of HIV.
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No the cold virus is rhinovirus,where as HIV&AIDS is a retrovirus it reproduces by changing DNA into RNA.
HIV infection does not affect bowel movements.
The HIV virus will die immediately it is exposed to the air. So there is no danger from dried blood or dried semen. Cold will not kill HIV. It actually stabilizes it. If stored at extremely low temperatures, HIV can "live" for months.
The HIV virus does not affect the red blood cells, it affects the helper T-cells.
What do you think about people who have HIV
No, bronchitis affects all ages of people from all races and nationalities. HIV and AIDS may cause more exotic causes of bronchitis, but all people get bronchitis from time to time.
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Yes, cats are good for people with HIV and those without HIV.
There is no cure for AIDS or HIV. You get HIV then develop AIDS. It's kind of like getting a cold then sneezing as a symptom where the cold is HIV and the sneezing is AIDS. You can not have AIDS but not having HIV. Using protection during sex, not sharing needles, and staying away from blood can lower your chance of getting HIV.
Everyone dies. This is regardless if you have HIV or not. The only real issue that HIV+ people (like myself) are more prone to ifection of things like the flu or the common cold. Not every HIV patient dies from HIV. With advaces in medicine, there are medications that can keep you going and healthy so you can live an almost normal life. HOWEVER; if an HIV patient DOES NOT take care of themselves, they could die sooner.
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Yes, you can have both HIV and trichomoniasis. Most people with HIV don't have trich, and most people with trich don't have HIV.
HIV attacks the helper T cells
HIV testing is not typical in a pre-employment physical. HIV infection does not typically affect employability.