Author : James Lee Anderson
“Although, your health condition may impact your everyday life, do not let it define who you are.” Understanding the cause of AIDS and the ways on how its cause is being transmitted will help a lot in the prevention of the spread of this disease. In case of infection, this book describes in details how HIV affects specific cells in our body (that fights off infections and diseases) and the signs and symptoms that accompany such infection. You will also find ways on how testing and diagnosis (including home test kit) are being done once you see the signs and felt the symptoms. In this way, you will be able to deal with the virus infection early and be able to manage your immune health by suppressing the amount of virus in your body. People infected with HIV can now lead longer and healthier lives. There are also cases when the person infected with HIV is also pregnant. This book will tell us how to deal with the infection and prevent transmission of the virus to your baby. Many questions relating to HIV and pregnancy are discussed inside the text. Moreover, risk factors associated with the spread of HIV are the same for everyone, but some gender groups are far more affected than others. Find out more about these risk factors and the guidelines on prevention in addressing the spread of the virus among gender groups. In addition, research on vaccines and microbicides are on the way to help fight HIV infections in around the globe. There are challenges, but through concerted effort, progress and success may be in reach in the future. However, treatment by Antiretroviral Therapy is available in fighting the virus as well as the options to make it affordable through the Affordable Care Act. Finally, other issues like nutrition and food safety, marriage and dating while you are infected with HIV, about having children, and legal issues in relation to discrimination as well as employment are included to give you more information on how you are going to act and live your life better even when you have the infection. Thanks and may you have a good understanding about the different aspects of HIV and AIDS, especially the early signs and symptoms so you’ll have an idea if you are infected with the virus or not. You may want to share this book with your family and friends so they too will understand more about this health issue and the ways to prevent them from getting infected. Take care, and as always, be well!