How To Have Safe Sex?
Mar02

How To Have Safe Sex?

Aside from safe sex, find out information regarding safe dental procedures by clicking the link.

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Facts About HIV Mouth Ulcer
Feb26

Facts About HIV Mouth Ulcer

Without enough saliva it is very easy to get a mouth fungal infection and even tooth decay. Tooth decay can be prevented and treated. To know how, just visit Supreme Dental Care’s Website by just clicking the link.

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HIV/AIDS Diagnosis and Treatment
Feb02

HIV/AIDS Diagnosis and Treatment

Prevention of course is still the way to go. Practice safe sex, avoid using unsterilized needles, go to trusted medical and dental centers for safe dental procedures and surgeries to avoid infection through tainted blood and tools.

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HIV Symptoms Timeline – When Do HIV Symptoms Appear?
Jan09

HIV Symptoms Timeline – When Do HIV Symptoms Appear?

However, having various recurring symptoms at the same time should be a cause for concern. It is generally advisable to get a HIV test if you suspect you have been at risk of infection. Blood transfusion and use of intravenous drugs pose the largest threat. Surgeries, tattoo and having professional dental care carries a lower risk, but is generally not 100% safe.

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HIV Viral Load Test – Facts You Need to Know
Dec13

HIV Viral Load Test – Facts You Need to Know

If individual tests positive for HIV, they are typically informed of the viral load that is in their blood. A positive test always results in a special test that measures the viral load. This measurement informs the doctor that is working with the patient just how contaminated the blood is with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It’s important to understand that this number often fluctuates over time. However, that fluctuation...

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Difference Between HIV and AIDS 
Sep30

Difference Between HIV and AIDS 

HIV and AIDS are usually used interchangeably to mean the same thing but in the real sense, the two words mean something totally different. The two words are used to differentiate the different stage of the disease. HIV is a disease that attacks and weakens the entire immune system of a human being. The virus has a number of the infectious agents. They include parasites, yeast infections, and bacteria. </div AIDS is the name given...

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