Full Form of AIDS is Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). AIDS is a disease caused by the human immuno deficiency virus (HIV).
HIV virus attacks the T-cells in the immune system, which weakens the immune system of human body. Fungi, Bacteria and Viruses can now make your body sick, as your body is not immune now. In the starting weeks, it can show symptoms of Headache, stomach ache, sore joints and muscles, fever or skin rash. AIDS may be continued for a prolonged period without any symptoms. As the infection progresses, the infected person become so weak to get susceptible to common infections like tumors, Tuberculosis and other general infections.
Each word of Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) has a different meaning :
Acquired = You can get infected with it
Immuno Deficiency = A weakness in the body’s immune system.
Syndrome = A group of health problems that make up a disease
Common Reasons for getting infected with AIDS:
From mother to child during pregnancy or even breastfeeding
Having unprotected sex with an infected person
Through oral sex or in rare cases through deep kissing
Use of hypodermic needles
Through blood transfusion
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