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Human immunodeficiency virus. What is your Cycle?

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Human Immunodeficiency Virus, which causes AIDS which in good Portuguese means Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome! A set of symptoms and signs that characterize the immune deficiency that is caused by the action of HIV, in its due cycle!

But what is this?

Well, let's talk about the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, but it's important to clarify what it "does"!

Because what “he, HIV” does in his reproductive cycle is what causes us harm!

What is AIDS
Don't play with your life. AIDS does have treatment. But we are very far from cure and the treatment is difficult, complicated with a huge range of side effects. Your life is worth more than a fuck!

First the basics: what is AIDS?

The Human Immunodeficiency Virus is what causes AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome), a condition that was once serious and fatal, with no possibility of tracing.

I remember this, I lived this hell in person and yet I survived!

Human Immunodeficiency Virus, causer of AIDS

The great evil caused by this virus is that it targets the immune system, some speak of immune system.

Or, to better clarify the shaman of "Security staff" of the body.

And the great truth is that, in synthesis, this is it, because this is the system that fights infections.

When the immune system is broken, you lose this protection and can develop many serious and often fatal infections and cancers.

He died of AIDS.

These are called "opportunistic infections (IO-s) "because they take advantage of weakened body defenses.

You may have heard someone say someone else "died of AIDS."

Well, this is not exactly the truth, since it is the opportunistic infection (IO), resulting from the immune deficiency caused by HIV, which causes loss of life 🙁.

AIDS is the condition that causes IO to take possession of organs of our body, and can reach lethality! 🙁 and this only occurs after a noticeable drop in the count of CD4 cells.

And I am translating and revising a text on immune restoration and from now on I notice that it helps to understand, but not to raise the ball. It will annoy you!

HIV Testing in SUS is Trusted!

And when you can resolve the doubt and understand what is AIDS, you need to go a little further and seek to understand what is HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus).

And then, understand why taking all possible care against HIV and using condoms. If you have questions about oral sex right here you already have the information!

And test yourself against HIV and other STDs periodically in the SUS, as it is reliable!

Virose, The Immunodeficiency Virus Causes That, A Virose

What is the case with Primary HIV infection. It then becomes a disease known as "HIV infection."

And I disagree with Ban Ki Moon.Ban Ki-Moon.

But he's not the only one wrong.

I have been living with HIV for so long that I need multidisciplinary treatment. In the list of specialists who co-exist with me, as far as my body and spirit are concerned, I have, therefore, the following professionals

  1. Infectologist (I recently lost medical time who has treated me for over a decade and I am heartbroken.
  2. Psychiatrist, in treatment with her, who today is also a friend. I have been dealing with it since +/- 1997
  3. Analyst
  4. Hand Orthopaedist
  5. Neurologist
  6. Endocrinologist
  7. Surgeon
  8. Psychologist evaluating neurocognitive functions
  9. Otorhinolaryngologist and if I remember anything else….

This is my ballad, does not mean that YOU will need something equal

HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is a virus, such as the cold or the flu.

But, a lot, but a lot worse, because the flu goes away and although the primary infection may remember the flu, often the HIV infection is imperceptible u easily somatizable. This article deals with this also of possible somatization, which can be defined as follows:

Psychosomatic
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I have a friend. A friend who already pissed me with her. She lives in what she does, and only she believes there is: A damn immunological window of more than 450 days !.

A virus is nothing more than a set of instructions to make new viruses, wrapped in some fat, protein or sugar.

Without living cells, a virus can do nothing - it's like a brain without a body. This comparison is weak, I think….

But it's more u less so it works!

Viruses, or sadness, are asexual and only replicate, they replicate themselves.

To make more viruses (and to do all the other nasty things that viruses do), a virus has to infect a cell.

HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) mainly infects CD4 cells, also known as T-cells or helper T-cells.

These are white cells that coordinate the immune system to fight diseases, much like the backs of a football team.

In this way, after being inside the cell, HIV (Human immunodeficiency virus) begins to produce thousands of tiny viruses, which eventually kill the cell and then go to other cells to infect them.

All drugs available on the market to treat HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) work to interfere with this process.

It was not so hard! Was?

Once again:

  • What is AIDS?
  • How is HIV transmitted?
  • Are you infected?

If you have visited this site looking for information about HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) because you think that you may be infected.

Maybe you should read about PEP, especially if it's less than 72 hours before the presumed exposure occurred ”and here, more about PEPmore about PEP. Now…. If you lie down and roll in the PET shuttlecock, you are what I call “PEP Maniac” and in this case my invitation is actually an assertive message.assertive message.

Read the following below to better understand how you “live” HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)

Reinforcing: What is AIDS?

What is the HIV Life Cycle?

Introduction

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For a virus to reproduce, they must infect a cell.

Viruses are not technically alive: they are a kind of brain without a body. Cursed comparison !!!!!

To make new viruses, they must hijack a cell and use it to make new viruses. Just as your body is constantly producing new epithelial cells!

Or, also to other new blood cells.

And, in this way, you also need to understand that each cell usually produces new proteins to stay alive and reproduce.

Viruses hide their DNA in the DNA of the cell, and then, when the cell tries to make new proteins, it accidentally produces new viruses as well.

Well, HIV infects, for the most part, the cells in the immune system.

And, to this day, we know, it also hides in reservoirs, in the intestines.

And that makes it very difficult to find a cure.

For two years I have read and translated many articles on a technique, so-called, “Kick and Kill”, but I left kicked and killed…

But in the case of HIV we speak of RNA, it is a Retrovirus

Infection: Many different types of cells have proteins on their surface that are called CD4 receptors.

The CD4 Receivers

HIV looks for cells that have CD4 receptors on the surface because this particular protein enables the virus to bind to the cell.

Although HIV infects a variety of cells, its main target is the lymphocyte-T4 (also called the T-helper cell), a type of white cell that has many CD4 receptors, a kind of lock that allows of that particular agent or chemical.

And, unfortunately, it is one that can give access to a way of life that is harmful to the host.

The T-4 cell is responsible for alerting your immune system that there are intruders in the system.

Reply: Once HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) binds to a cell, it hides the HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) DNA inside the cell's DNA: this transforms the cell into a kind of factory for HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus).

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di Castro 23/09/2016 at 14:47:33

Clearly and simply their perception brought further clarification of the facts about the real issue giving people a free choice of becoming infected if you will, for this is explained as well.
#UsemCamisinha.

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Claudio Souza 23/09/2016 at 15:49:35

Well ... Thank you

And here we have this answer

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