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  • Avoid breastfeeding your baby because if any of your body fluids for example the milk is cotaminated your baby can become effected
  • Avoid Unprotected sex because body fluids can be passed to others
  • Weaken's the immune system
  • HIV
  • Can cause serious damage to the human body or death
  • AIDS
  • -Stomach becomes weak -Headaches -Nausea -Sweats -Rashes -Sore throat
  • Symptoms may not start occurring until a few weeks after diagnosed with it. If you start experiencing these symptoms though you should visit your doctor.
  • There is no cure for AIDS but usually when a person gets aids they usually start out with HIV so you can take different anti-hiv mecines to help prevent getting AIDS.
  • AIDS is shortened for Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Which this is  where another comes in contact with someone else sexually or nonsexually and fluids from one another is passed to another to the other person during intercouse or it doesent have to be passed sexually. But it can also spread at childbirth to a child from the mother and this is caused by breastfeeding or it can come from somebody that already has the disease and is affect and if that person comes in contact with that blood and it enters their body it they can become affected immediately. And once these fluids or blood enters that person system it finds its way to the immune system is then when the person experiences symptoms and this disease begins fight against their immune system to weaken it. HIV which is shortened for Human immunodeficiency virus is a disease that leads to HIV and is not as life threatening as much as AIDS but once it has been transmitted to you, there is not getting rid of it. It can be passed by someone that has HIV, contact with blood or any other body fluids, or from childbirth.
  • STAGE 1: Start to experince HIV STAGE 2: Starts to wrosen without enough treatment STAGE 3: AIDS start to occur
  • 120 Million people that are 12 and older have HIV/AIDS
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