(Ryan, 1996) The most common kind of sexually transmitted disease is HIV or Human Immune Virus. This virus makes the body of his victim weak and it lowers the immune system of the person infected. This kind of sexually transferred disease is deadly it is because as the immune system of the person infected of this disease decrease he/she is more prone to diseases. And these diseases infecting their immune system may sometimes cause death
There are symptoms in this stage include lymph nodes enlargement, body rash, and mouth and skin problems (“Symptoms and Stages”). The second stage is chronic HIV also known as human immunodeficiencyvirus a big sign is cold sores. The third and final stage is eventually getting AIDS. AIDS will eventually kill the person infected. Dying from AIDS can be a slow or long process it could take years, months, or even days.
Stigma refers to a negative or unfavourable perception that embodies the individual or community’s attitude or beliefs; or public policies towards self or a group of people with certain characteristics that fall short of society’s expectations. It is a reflection of fear and the unknown, driven by ignorance and helplessness. As a consequence of stigma or when stigma is acted upon, discrimination is said to occur, which is an unfair act or unjust treatment towards an individual or group based on identified characteristics  . Stigma and discrimination is of public health concern as it can negatively or adversely affect the physical health, mental health and overall wellbeing of the individual and community as a whole . HIV/AIDS remains
A fomite is an inanimate object that can become infected with virus, and in this case, transmit it through skin contact. Fomites that are associated with the spread of the molluscum virus include clothing, towels, bath sponges, pool equipment, and toys. There is speculation that the virus can also be spread by sharing swimming pools, baths, saunas, and other warm, wet environments but researchers who study the etiology of the virus don’t believe this to be likely. Molluscum can be spread by autoinoculation, the process of scratching a lesion and touching your body, or another body, somewhere else. Shaving and electrolysis (the removal of hair via electric current) have been shown to spread the virus.
In 2006 the Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine was licensed for use in the United States. The main purpose of this vaccine is to aid in the prevention of cervical cancers linked to various strains of the human papillomavirus. Opponents of the vaccine have voiced several concerns. Some believe that since the virus is a sexually transmitted disease, girls will develop a false sense of security and protection against all sexually transmitted diseases after receiving the vaccination. Others have claimed that the vaccine has caused serious adverse reactions that include death in some cases.
Identification would be identifying and treats promptly in order to shorten the time during which they can infect others. Isolation would be isolating the infected persons prevents contact with susceptible persons and stops the spread of the disease. 5) Explain: a) What is the difference between HIV and AIDS? HIV is early stage of the infection. HIV is an RNA virus that belongs to a class of viruses called retroviruses.
X-Ray changes the characteristics of active TB. The main disadvantage of using X-Ray frequently is the radiation used in X-Ray sometimes damage the body cells, DNA structure which leads to cancer. Figure 3 shows the X-Ray images of the chest, where lung is affected by TB. In Figure 3, two arrows are
Circumcised men might have a lower risk of certain sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. Still, safe sexual practices remain essential. Prevention of penile problems. Occasionally, the foreskin on an uncircumcised penis can be difficult or impossible to retract (phimosis). This can lead to inflammation of the foreskin or head of the penis.
Meanwhile, those sick with tuberculosis had an increased appetite but had no way to satisfy their hunger. This made people see those with cancer as the more fortunate, even though both diseases are terrible. Tuberculosis was also thought to be helped by a change of scenery, by moving from a damp city to a dry place. But cancer could not be helped by changing the environment because it is the body’s cells becoming malignant. Therefore, if cancer would be cured, it would have to be fought inside the body with no help from the environment.
AIDS is a deadly virus which infects a large population around the globe. This virus affects the cellular system of the body which affects the healing ability of the body for the infections and injuries. This is a man made disease or virus, which was debated by every nation that who created it and why? Though, this could be to achieve any national interest or highly secret motive. In this report on the comparison of the bodies which are active in the AIDS campaign and whose presence affects the AIDS epidemics and the budgets of overcoming the AIDS around the globe.