No but there are medicines and tests to make you live longer but it costs lots of money.
HIV turns into AIDS when the infected persons CD4's drop to below 200 and an opportunistic infection is present. There is no such thing as partially blown AIDS making "full blown AIDS" a ridiculous statement - no matter if it was once common terminology . A positive person has either HIV or AIDS. With medical intervention the immune system can be restored and an infected person can live a long fulfilling life.
It would depend on many factors. There is no one right answer as everyone is different.
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Not that long the medicine is there to prolong a persons life to the best of it's ability
You get a blood test, if you have AIDS, you will know. First it starts as HIV. You can live well over ten years with HIV, then it transfers into full blown AIDS. AIDS is a very serious illness, one that would be known easily.
Those infected usually live between 5 and 30 years. The average time it takes for the full blown AIDS virus to kick in is ten years.
AIDS is a disease that you can not live through without going to a doctor. You will not make it to AIDS without a doctor! Meaning, there is a start a long way before a human gets to AIDS, and they will die before they catch full blown AIDS.
AIDS is a stage of HIV infection. While there have been some cases of rapid development it is not usual for a person to develop AIDS within one year of acquiring HIV. It is important to remember that the date someone is diagnosed is not the same as when they were infected, someone can live for up to ten years without seeing any symptoms
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 HIV can expect to live a normal life span.
it is depend upon the health and hygienic condition of the patient.
Live Aids was created in 2007.
No; it would not be able to live in such a situation.
HIV/AIDS can be acquired either through, having sex with someone who has HIV using a needle that someone who has HIV used, or from a parent via birth. YOU CAN'T GET AIDS FROM A MOSQUITO! The HIV/AIDS virus can't live outside of the human body.
There are ways to contract AIDS without having sex with someone. You can get AIDS by a blood transfusion or any form of contact that involves the contact of bodily fluids. There are new treatments every day for people who live with the disease. If you know that someone has AIDS, take precautions if you come into contact with any fluid from them.
AIDS makes your live longer.
Well, the chances that someone has ONLY used meth in their life is very slim. AIDs can be obtained by sharing needles. Also, if you are in a high drug rush due to methamphetamine and you cannot recall your actions, you may have unknowingly had sexual intercourse with an infected person. Also, HIV and AIDs lowers the body's defense mechanisms by depleting the white blood cells which fight off pathogens and harmful microbes. So pneumonia can cause someone to only live for a few days if their body is unable to fight off the illness. Sorry about your luck.
AnswerAids is transfered when people have sex, using a condom greatly reduces the chances of getting aids. Animals cannot get aids and can't transfer it. Aids comes from blood, semen and other bodily fluids. You can't get aids from saliva, so kissing, hugging, handshakes, and just about everything else will not give you aids. If someone has aids, don't worry about it, as long as you don't have sex with them you'll be fine. Edit:Aids can also be transfered by blood. If someone with aids has an open cut, you can only get it if you are to share blood or eat the blood by maybe accedetly mixing it with food but the aids virus can only live for five minutes outside of the body. If you give birth to a child while not having aids, and you some how you obtian it in your blood stream and breast feed the child, it will get aids even though it might have not had aids after birth.
It is, at this time completely impossible to live through AIDS. Their are medications that slow it down, but none that completely cure the disease.
HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus; AIDS stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Basically, HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. Having HIV does not mean the person has AIDS however, it is not possible to have AIDS without having HIV. HIV attacks the person's immune system. It takes seven to ten years (without treatment) for it to do enough damage to the immune system that the person 'gets' AIDS. What actually happens is that as the immune system gives out the person begins to get sick whenever they come into contact with any disease at all - even extremely mild ones. Once that happens they are considered to be in full blown AIDS. AIDS is usually fatal. With treatment and the patient taking good care of themselves it is possible to live much longer. Some people have lived more than 20 years with HIV without developing AIDS.
if its found early enough and treated properly the person could live a normal long life like anyone with out it.
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Well there's HIV then there's AIDS. HIV usually can take years to turn into aids and some people live with it for years before knowing they have it. Then there's aids,which can't kill you. What it does is it attacks your white blood cells, and destroys them making it impossible for your body to fight off diseases. The rate depends entirely on what shape your body is in, if you have a good immune system and are in good shape you'll most likely live longer then someone who is obese and old, and if you are in an area of great risk for dangerous diseases.
a total of 25,000,000 people live with aids in africa
The AIDS virus does not live outside the body for long unless it is enclosed in something or in something bloody. Thus, if you see blood, it could contain AIDS. If someone with AIDS takes off a shirt, that shirt has been exposed to air. All AIDS viruses have been killed. An AIDS virus lives outside the body until it is exposed to air.