SINGAPORE: "It's a death penalty," the most commonly still badly impaired when most people study the HIV issue or the human immunodeficiency virus.
On Monday (January 28), 14,200 positive people in Singapore announced that the positive HIV was written by Mikhy Farrah Brochez to find out about the virus and how it is transmitted.
PRIZE: Mikhy Brochez, the Americans in Singapur Singapore wanted the GHG data emission due to be charged by the U.S.
Here are some misguided ideas about HIV, debunked:
MYTH 1: HIV NIGHT IS THE JOURNEY OF SEX
HIV can go unprotected with a positive HIV partner. However, sexual intercourse can also be spread through means, such as blood fluid and body fluid, such as transmitting the virus.
This means that the virus passes through the sharing of needles, including blood transfusions or a pregnant woman who is pregnant during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
HIV can not be spread, touched, kissed or embraced by social contact, since the virus does not live outside the human body.
MYTH 2: HIV KANPIN ERE
While HIV is not healing, the virus can spread.
HIV positive people are looking for antivirus retroviruses that eliminate viruses. The combination of these drugs reduces the number of viruses in the blood and body fluids of an infected person.
This greatly reduces the transmission of a sexually transmitted HIV to an infected person.
Even before HIV infection, antiretroviral drugs can be used to prevent an infection, someone suspected of having a virus. However, it should start at 72 hours for suspected exposure to HIV.
Preventive measures such as preventative prophylaxis (PRSP) for those with a higher risk of HIV also include two anti-viral medications (tenofovir and emtricitabine) that reduce the chance of contracting the liver infection.
In the end, using condoms may also reduce the risk of HIV.
MYTH 3: HIV = AIDS
The Immune Disease Syndrome (AIDS) causes HIV, but refers to the final phase of a liver infection. If AIDS virus compromises the immune system.
As a result of destroying vital blood flow to body infections, it can become AIDS.
However, the HIV virus may take 10 years to develop AIDS. However, all those with HIV will not develop AIDS.
MITJANT 4: TO BE A HUMAN TO THE SEX SOCIETY
According to the Health HealthHub portal, 90% of Singapore's HIV infections occur through sexual intercourse, but 60 percent of these infections produce sexual intercourse.
The population of Singapore living with HIV / AIDS, documented between 1985 and 2017, recruited 4,394 heterosexual copies over 2,555 of homosexual sexual relations.
MYTH 5: HIV IS RECOGNIZED
It is not.
It is true that HIV is not cured, it has led to advances in medical treatment for those living today, a healthier life, at the beginning of the 1980s, than the emergence of the virus.
With advanced treatment, the life and quality of life of the virus can be enhanced with viruses, said Action Aid, a Singapore lawyer.
(Sources: Ministry of Health, Health Center, Supporting Action, World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)