HIV Teeth Associated Problems
May11

HIV Teeth Associated Problems

The Human Immunodeficiency Virus is often associated with a suppressed immune system by killing the disease-fighting cells known as CD4 and the T helper cells that help in fighting infection. Poor oral hygiene in HIV patients and with the reduced immune system often results in teeth infection and decay which eventually leads to teeth loss. For those having this kind of condition, visit dental implants for HIV patients at...

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HIV gums: What they look like and how to treat them
Apr14

HIV gums: What they look like and how to treat them

Severe immunosuppression in patients affected with HIV may be at risk of developing specific HIV gum disease. HIV gums commonly suffer from linear Gingival Erythema (LGE) which appears with redness on the gum line. This, however, should not be confused with normal gingivitis or sores in the mouth. Symptoms of Linear Gingival Erythema • Redline on the gum – This redline appears in the areas where the gum and teeth meet. • Painful...

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General HIV Symptoms in Child
Apr10

General HIV Symptoms in Child

HIV has been declared as one of the world’s worst diseases that can easily kill. Children in their innocence state are equally vulnerable when it comes to HIV infections and must be tested and monitored closely. When a child is infected, early identification of the infection can go a long way. Their lives can be supported through medication and good diet to make sure they are healthy and reduce on the extreme cases. Some of the...

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Athletes with HIV, training with caution to avoid injuries
Jan09

Athletes with HIV, training with caution to avoid injuries

People who suffer HIV can participate in sports without any restrictions. But it is usually suggested that athletes with HIV training with caution to avoid injuries. HIV athletes can wear mouth guards, helmets and other equipment to protect their body during extreme sports.

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What You Need to Know About HIV Symptoms On Face
Oct27

What You Need to Know About HIV Symptoms On Face

AIDS is the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. The virus responsible for AIDS is called Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). In many cases, the HIV is infected. The most common causes are sexual contact with an infected person, contact with blood, subcutaneous milk and breast milk. A person may be contaminated with HIV for many years before the onset of AIDS. Unawareness of people about AIDS, HIV and its symptoms. Early detection of symptoms can help delay the onset of AIDS.

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