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Learn More About HIV / AIDS

Are you at Risk for HIV?
Like all STDs and STIs, you are at risk of becoming infected with HIV if you are sexually active. Getting tested not only protects your health, but your partner’s sexual health as well. While abstinence is one of the most effective ways to avoid HIV, it’s not always practical for those in comitted relationships and marriages, so being tested for HIV (and other STDs) is important before entering into a monogamous relationship.
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Complications Associated with HIV
AIDS is a potentially life-threatening condition that affects roughly a million people in the United States alone. Damage is caused to the immune system which can make it impossible for the body to fight off conditions that would normally not pose a threat to an otherwise healthy individual. Also many cancers are common in HIV/AIDS patients.
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Do I Need to be Tested for HIV?
If you are sexually active, you run the risk of becoming infected with many sexually transmitted infections and diseases, including HIV. Getting tested not only protects your health, but you partner’s sexual health as well. It’s suggested that you should get tested if you have multiple or even one new partner, engage in high risk or unprotected sexual activity or before you enter into a monogamous relationship.
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Facts About HIV
HIV is the human immunodeficiency virus that causes AIDS, acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Though HIV does result in AIDS, a person can have HIV for years before AIDS appears.
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Prevention and Healthy Lifestyle Tips
HIV and AIDS are a frightening reality in today’s world. While researchers have made leaps and bounds in the way people with HIV are medically treated and have even managed to slow its progression, there is still no cure or vaccination for AIDS. While it is often a frightening prospect for many to take the initiative to get tested, if you want to protect your health and the health of your partner, it’s important to know your status.
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