Are HIV-Positive People More Vulnerable to Sexually Transmitted Diseases?
infection by HIV. Moreover, little is known yet if the patient
with HIV have a higher risk of acquiring other STDs. However, the risk of
purchase any STD is directly related to the behavior and
types practice sex (secure or not).
The person who has developed the AIDS may present atypical clinical and laboratory evolution of syphilis. In this situation, the patient after acquisition of the infection with Treponema pallidum can evolve to complex neurological forms and difficult to treat.
There are several descriptive studies warning about the possible existence of a
biological interaction between HIV and other STDs. Verficamos that
cytomegalovirus, the Hepatitis B virusIt is capable of, in conjunction with HIV
trigger the progressive decrease of cellular immunity, that is, cause the defensive cells of the human organism to collapse until they reach AIDS.