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HIV is the acronym for human immunodeficiency virus.
Being infected with HIV is exactly the same as having AIDS.
AIDS is the acronym for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
HIV-1 is the most widespread type of HIV in the developed world.
HIV is spread only when someone is exposed to blood, semen, vaginal fluid or mother’s milk from someone who is infected with HIV.
All people infected with HIV for 10 or more years will have all of the severe symptoms of the illness and show signs of near death.
A person’s immune system can show impact of HIV infections such as, blotches that can be red, brown, pink or purplish under the skin or inside the mouth, nose or eyelids.
It’s extremely important that you tell anyone you plan to have sex with that you are HIV positive.
Testing for HIV is the least reliable test than any other medical test available.
In 3 to 6 hours, HIV spreads within the body and becomes detectable when an HIV test is done.