What is the Full form of AIDS?
The full form of AIDS is Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. AIDS is a disease caused by HIV; in that condition, a human’s immune system is too weak to protect against any form of sickness or infection. AIDS is usually the very last stage of HIV infection, a period where the patient can no longer defend himself and thus spread various diseases. When AIDS remains unattended, it causes death.
AIDS is an advanced stage of HIV infection. Someone with AIDS can experience a variety of health conditions, including thrush, pneumonia, tuberculosis, skin diseases, cytomegalovirus & toxoplasmosis. There’s an enhanced possibility of catching a medical condition such as cancer and brain diseases.
Common AIDS symptoms
Since AIDS is a virus infection, the sign of acute HIV infection can be close to those of flu or any other viral diseases, such as,
- Joint and muscles pain
- Swollen lymph glands
- Sore throat
- Red rashes
- Night Sweats
- Sore throat, and so on.
Treatment for AIDS
- There seems to be no definite or ideal cure or Treatment, but one would battle it and lead a generally safe and happy life with appropriate diagnosis, care and support.
- Someone needs to take proper steps and live with any probable side-effects.
- Medications are used to avoid a replication of the virus.
- An effective HIV/AIDS treatment is known as ART (antiretroviral therapy).
Symptoms of HIV / AIDS in advance stage
- Blurred sight
- chronic diarrhea or Persistent
- Dry cough Fever over 37 degree Centigrade (100o Fahrenheit)
- Sweating during night time Permanent fatigue
- Shortened breath
- Glands swollen that last for weeks
- Loss of weight
- Small white colour spots on the mouth and tongue