Our task was to answer the following questions: What is the difference between HIV and AIDS? What is the difference between HIV and AIDS? How can HIV be transmitted? How can HIV be transmitted? What instruments can transmit HIV if shared? What instruments can transmit HIV if shared? What must people do in order not to get HIV? What must people do in order not to get HIV?
Hugging *Giving first aid *Sneezing *Insect bites *Kissing *Hugging *Giving first aid *Sneezing *Insect bites *Kissing HIV cannot be transmitted by
HIV can be transmitted by Blood transfusion Blood transfusion Penetrative sex Penetrative sex without a condom without a condom Sharing needles Sharing needles Using heroin Using heroin Mother to fetus Mother to fetus
What instruments can transmit HIV if shared ? No! No! No! ? ? ?
The most common infections include Throat and body infection Throat and body infection Pneumonia Pneumonia Brain infection Brain infection Brain and body infection Brain and body infection Tuberculosis Tuberculosis Eye and body infection Eye and body infection Cancer. Cancer. Many other infections (such as Herpes, HPV, Streptococcal pneumonia, and Salmonella) occur in people with AIDS.
Coughing, shortness of breath, seizures, mental symptoms such as confusion and forgetfulness, severe and persistent diarrhea, fever, vision loss, severe headaches, weight loss, nausea, vomiting, lack of coordination, coma, abdominal cramps, difficult or painful swallowing, sore throat, swollen lymph glands, mouth ulcers in the genital ulcers, headache, sweats, persistent or frequent yeast infections (oral or vaginal), persistent skin rashes or flaky skin, pelvic inflammatory disease, severe herpes infections causing mouth, genital or anal sores or a painful nerve disease. Symptoms of AIDS