What Are AIDS-Related Opportunistic Diseases?

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AIDS Opportunistic diseases ?! Immune Window

Getting Started: Flu Not in the “Opportunistic Disease Catalog”

Opportunistic Diseases
Pain, pain and more pain

Opportunistic diseases, flu, I need to clarify is not one of them and therefore there is no need to fear it; opportunistic diseases are related and / or related or definite diseases of AIDS, which in Portuguese or Spanish, should be treated as AIDS, "Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.

Two or three weeks ago when there was a fascinating event! This was after the five hours I spent in the basement of a hospital had been completed and examined by scintigraphy. It must be said that this is nuclear medicine, and it justifies being in the fourth basement.

Well, it was after all this that, slowly coming back I captured it, because that is my very nature of this fragment of a telephone conversation (or camera, I do not even know).

This fragment contained this expression:

- “… pow dude, you have to do take this exam and take care. Or the Fucking flu will kill you."!

NIt was not difficult for me, and I believe for many who read me. The “bid could, if it is a conversation between someone, on the other side, terrified, afraid to do the exam against HIV. It is not uncommon and I had a desire to call you and clarify them. And in the meantime, I could take a "get over there". It would have been disconcerting. And it just occurred to me that I have an issue with you; PrEP.

The fact is that a lot of people are looking for the Whats App and declaring that they are ALL SYMPTOMS. And if that were true, they would be in the twenty seventh basement, or dead I realized that this page was poorly worked and I decided to go back.

Once this pom pom is established, u start with the following:

HIV, Opportunistic Diseases, AIDS on one side and Influenza on the other, There's Nothing In Common!

opportunistic diseases caused by AIDS
Opportunistic diseases do not react to things like diarrhea, or the flu, for example

Opportunistic diseases They are also known as “AIDS-defining illnesses”. There are many doubts and many mistakes when people think, act and talk about opportunistic diseases.

Myself, when I found myself HIV positive, I figured that “An influenza would send me into space.”And the few remaining friends were uncomfortable when they saw that it was drizzling and I, already accommodated to the new situation, walked smoothly even without umbrellas or cloak or anything that could prevent me from“ getting the flu and die! ”. I still remember saying to one of them, certainly the most important of all: Hey man, I don't fall apart with water

Eh Eh! It is nothing like that and, although some of them may cause a lot of damage, and here ends my good mood about it, and even kill, causing a lot of physical and spiritual suffering on the people directly or indirectly affected by these diseases.

I was thinking about it and answering questions from the followers of the site, who can always ask questions on the topic of HIV and AIDS that I asked the now great friend, Rodrigo Pellegrini Sgobbi (who translated these texts from English to Portuguese) that he brought to our language.

Opportunistic Diseases. How can they manifest?

TB. Look. Anyone diagnosed with tuberculosis needs to be tested for HIV.

Listen: I have already tyred the misfortune of living in a Supportive Home that was a focus of tuberculosis and so I was forced to take medication against Tuberculosis because I had contracted tuberculosis and it was latent.

I will follow the same system as the site where this section originated and I will similarly list them on this page starting today, Wednesday, Sept. 17th from 2018.

As I post items this page will be edited and you will get a new link to the post in question.

Opportunistic Diseases
Logo que descobri minha sorologia, compreendi que poderia ficar cego, com uma retinitis por citomegalovirus. O pavor se estabeleceu em mim

Below is a list of the most common opportunistic diseases - Inactive links refer to texts still under review or with content not yet found.

The list is this! And see: Kiss in the mouth does not transmit HIV

It can be seen that influenza, a common and rarely fatal disease, is not included as an opportunistic disease!

This way, here's the list!

Bacterial Infections

Malignancies (cancers)

Viral infections

Fungal Infections

Protozoan Infections

Neurological Conditions

  • Dementia / Complex Related to AIDS (ARC)
  • Peripheral neuropathy

Other Conditions and Complications

  • Canker sores and oral
  • Thrombocytopenia (low placetas)
  • Síndrome de Wasting
You've seen a fairly long list of Opportunistic Diseases, and believe me: The flu is not among them!
Ape is not a disease that defines AIDS
Do not panic. Flu is not such a bad disease, so serious. “Swine people in the early twentieth century killed millions. But the story was quite another

In short, influenza does not imply in fatality related to low immunity (AIDS). The flu can kill, but it does not relate to AIDS, I'm suggesting you read this text that helps Better understand AIDS.

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And behold, My Ancient Infectologist, irreplaceable, inspired me this text on HIV, AIDS and Life Expectancy


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