Helpful Tips And Advice

Helpful Tips And Advice


HIV/AIDS is a prevalent disease, and anyone can get infected with the virus. Here are a few pieces of advice for the people who are either suffering from HIV/AIDS or just want to prevent themselves from the HIV/AIDS.

Tips And Advice For The Prevention Of Aids

It is essential to know that HIV is spread through body fluids like blood, semen, pre-seminal fluid, rectal fluids, vaginal fluids and breast milk. It does not spread through saliva or any other fluid from the body.

It is possible for people who are not sexually active to also get infected with the HIV. Hence everyone should get tested for HIV regularly.

The way to prevent HIV while sexual intercourse is to use a condom during both anal and vaginal sex. Additionally, avoiding multiple partners is also advisable.

The other ways HIV can spread is through needles and blood transfusion. Hence, sharing needles with the people suffering from HIV or taking blood from an unauthorized donor should also be avoided.

Make sure you know about the HIV status of your partner before you indulge in sexual intercourse with them.

Having an STD or a sexually transmitted disease can increase your risk of having HIV. Hence getting tested for STDs regularly is very important.

HIV can also transfer from the mother to the child. Hence make sure to get yourself checked for HIV during pregnancy and taking preventive measures for it.

How to Prevent Sexually Transmitted Disease

Tips And Advice For The People Who Have AIDS

There is no cure for HIV as of yet, and special treatments can only reduce its effects. Here is what you should do if you have HIV:

After getting infected with HIV, the immune system of a person starts deteriorating. Hence it is important for them to make sure that their health is not compromised in any way.

Get yourself tested for TB, Pneumonia and Hepatitis A and B. These diseases can make your immune system even weaker.

It is important for all your past and current sexual partners to know that you have been diagnosed with HIV so that they can also get tested and find out whether they have been infected or not.

If you have HIV, let your partner know about it and practice safer sex or other methods of sexual intercourse that does not involve the sharing of fluids.

Make sure any of your body fluid is not left unclean. Even a small drop of the HIV infected body fluid can cause HIV in a healthy person.

Here are a few tips and tricks for the people to keep in mind about HIV. Remember, Prevention is always better than cure, and in the case of HIV/AIDS, there is no cure.

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We aim to spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst the educated youth of the world.


We want everyone to have proper information about HIV/AIDS, its transmission, causes, symptoms and much more.

AIDS Awareness Events

  • World AIDS Day Events (December 1)
  • National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Events (February 7)
  • HIV Vaccine Awareness Day Events (May 18)

Causes Of HIV/AIDS

  • Sexual Intercourse
  • Prenatal Transmission
  • Transmission By Blood