HIV can be treated with antiretroviral drugs (ARV) - which are designed to reduce the proliferation of HIV in the body. If antiretroviral therapy is effective, it can slow the complete progression of AIDS for many years, reducing the risk of transmission and increasing the quality of life of people living with HIV.
PEP stands for Post-Exposured Prophylaxis as a preventive treatment after the risk of exposure to HIV due to unexpected accidents with ARV drugs. PEP is recommended for early treatment, within 72 hours of risk and continuous treatment for 28 days.
PrEP stands for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis to prevent exposure to HIV with ARV drugs. PrEP is recommended for daily use for people who regularly have high risk of exposure to HIV.
HIV viral load is the number of pieces or components of HIV virus contained in a unit of your blood volume (usually measured on 1ml or 1 cc of blood). Virus load helps doctors evaluate the effectiveness of HIV treatment.
CD4 cells are white blood cells produced by the immune system's response to several microbiological agents, including bacteria, fungi, etc. The CD4 cell count test is meaningful to monitor function body immunity.
STIs are short for Sexually Transmissible Infections, which are infections while having sex without using protective measures.
Opportunistic infections are infections caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites, when the immune system is weakened or due to increased virulence of microorganisms.
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