HIV is the virus that causes HIV infection. AIDS is the most advanced stage of HIV infection.
HIV is spread through contact with the blood, semen, pre-seminal fluid, rectal fluids, vaginal fluids, or breast milk of a person infected with HIV. In the United States, HIV is spread mainly by having anal or vaginal sex or sharing drug injection equipment with a person infected with HIV.
If you test negative on an antibody test taken 3 months or longer after your last possible risk of possible exposure to HIV, you can feel safe in assuming that you do not have the virus. If for some reason you feel anxiety about relying on the 3-month result, you could opt to have another test taken again at 6 months.
HIV/AIDS is historically one of the worst pandemics because the virus is so sneaky. The AIDS virus eludes detection substantially harming individuals and facilitating new infections. When a patient is exposed to HIV, he or she may have cold symptoms or no symptoms at all. Then the virus goes into latency or hiding. On average this latency period may last for 10 years until symptoms appear again. In the meantime, an unknowingly infected person may infect countless others.
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