Syphilis in HIV

Types of other Sexual Transmitted Diseases Related to HIV Infection Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) occur frequently in HIV-infected persons. Although these pathogens cause well-recognized clinical syndromes, most are initially asymptomatic and occur without clinical signs. Therefore, screening for asymptomatic infections is essential to interrupt the chain of transmission and adverse sequele. All patients in HIV care…Read More

Home HIV Test

Home HIV Test is a procedure in order to evaluate your HIV status. Home HIV test is a simple tool using your blood sample and have it tested with a tool. This home HIV test is approved by FDA and it can be performed by each individuals. This is a screening procedure that need to be…Read More

Alternative and Holistic HIV Therapies

In exploring all the treatments for HIV disease, many individuals examine approaches outside of standard mainstream therapies. In fact, various studies indicate between a quarter and three-quarters of people living with HIV have employed some form of alternative treatments. Because HIV is a life-threatening illness where conventional medicine has not found a cure, alternative approaches-including…Read More

What You Should Know About AIDS Symptoms

There are hundreds of AIDS symptoms. As the HIV virus consume the immune system over the years, the body will generally weaken. Not like other virus such as an influenza virus, the body’s immune system cannot eliminate this virus. After transmission, HIV viruses will enter the core of our immune cell and destroy them from the inside…Read More

The Natural Course of HIV/AIDS

Before the causative agents was not yet known, patients presenting with symptoms of severe immunosuppression was called AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). Their  clinical presentation varied, but shared enough features to justify their being treated as part of a syndromic disease caused by a single pathogen (HIV). The natural course of HIV disease varies between infected individual….Read More

Preparing Food Rules for HIV

In shopping for, storing, preparing, and serving food, there are several basic rules to remember: Select only the freshest possible foods, especially meat, fish, and dairy products. If you purchase canned goods, make sure that the cans are not bulging or dented, and do not have open safety seals. Take food straight home and refrigerate…Read More

Rash Treatment

Rashes are common skin manifestation. It is caused by an allergic reaction, skin infection, irritation, or symptoms of other diseases such as syphilis, typhoid fever, HIV infection, and so on. If you have rashes on your body’s part, you might want to remember things you ate, body’s product such as cosmetics or soap you have changed before…Read More

Perinatal Antiretroviral Treatment Guidelines-Updated

An updated recommendations for the use of antiretroviral drugs in pregnant HIV-1 infected women has been released. There are no difference in basic principles, but in these new guidelines there are some point we should be aware of regarding the recent result from antiretroviral therapy clinical trials. There is also an updated information about the dosing of antiretroviral…Read More

Patients Should Ask Doctors

What Should You Ask to Your Doctors Tips If you are an HIV positive person or having any other disease,  these below questions are the basic information you should ask to doctors. It is a very important to ask these question in order to have the full benefit from your current medications. What does this medication treat? Is…Read More

Nutrient Supplementation for HIV

Professionals usually advise people with HIV to take multiple vitamin/mineral supplements that supplies the basic level of nutrients most important to body function. Because of the serious deficiencies and the increased need off a number of nutrients, many nutritionists believe that it is necessary to take additional supplements, both to increase dosage levels and to…Read More