What is it?
Three of the causes of bacterial infections most common causes of diarrhea in HIV-positive people are organisms belonging to the families of the Salmonella, Campylobacter e Shigella.
Salmonellosis is the name of the illness caused by infection of Salmonella. Studies have shown that HIV-positive persons have a higher risk of salmonella, among 20 and 100 times higher than HIV negative individuals. The Salmonella can enter the body by ingestion of contaminated food or water or by contact with infected people or animals. The most common sources of Salmonella include raw poultry, eggs, unpasteurized milk and products made from cheese. Other sources of exposure include contact with animals, especially turtles, iguanas, other reptiles, chickens, cattle and poultry.
The campylobacteriosis is caused by the organism CampylobacterMost notably Campylobacter jejuni. It has been documented in cattle (beef), chickens, birds and flies. She is sometimes present in sources of non-chlorinated water such as streams and ponds. It is also believed that oral-anal sex is also another route for transmission of Campylobacter. According to the US Food and Drug Administration, the Campylobacter jejuni is the leading cause of bacterial diarrhea in the United States. HIV-positive, especially men who have sex with men, people are 39 times more likely to be infected with Campylobacter jejuni than HIV-negative people.
Shigellosis is caused by the organism Shigella. There are many types of bacteria Shigella. To Shigella sonneiAlso known as Shigella "Group D", are responsible for over two-thirds of the cases of shigellosis in the United States. A second type, Shigella flexneriOr Shigella "Group B", is responsible for nearly all the rest. Shigella infection most commonly spreads from one person to another through direct contact with stool. Shigella infection is more common among HIV-positive people and can lead to mild or severe cases of shigellosis.
In HIV-positive people with suppressed immune systems, salmonellosis, campylobacteriosis, a, and shigellosis can lead to severe diarrhea. These infections, especially salmonella can also spread from the intestines to the bloodstream and then to other body parts. This can lead to death unless the person is treated promptly.
Seropositive the Web Site Editor note: Today is harder to develop some opportunistic infections, especially bacterial infections, and when that happens, as a rule is that the person will be diagnosed with HIV infection in the finals, individual risk Acute death from AIDS ....
On the other hand, if he wanted to know what he had and what those dark spots mean, he would certainly have been treated early and the HIV infection would not have developed and who knows? Perhaps he would not have suffered such a bacterial infection in such a way and would not have evolved to death ...
That's why we insisted so much. Stay informed! Take the burden of doubt off your back and medicate yourself when you need it, without consulting a pharmacist, who may be good at your profession, but not an infectious doctor! By God take care of yourselves and do not follow my path, it is what I have tried to make you see in myriad attempts. almost all of them frustrated and failed, because you prefer the hard way ... prefer the diagnosis with bacterial infections.
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