–Lady involved in promiscuous relationship gives birth
-Her HIV status is Positive just like her 9 month old baby
HIV/AIDs status should be disclosed to our partners before venturing into any relationship. This lady was having an affair with multiple guys and after contracting the disease, she is confuse about who actually infected her.
She is not sure because she didn’t notice the symptoms earlier or was ignorant. You have heard it many times, probably in a magazine, newspaper, radio or on television that HIV/AIDS is a dangerous, deadly and an disease which kills faster
What are the symptoms of this virus in it’s early stage? will discuss what I do tell them briefly with you here. Most people don’t know right away when they’ve been infected with HIV.
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But, they may have symptoms within 2 to 6 weeks after they’ve gotten the virus. This is when your body’s immune system puts up a fight. It’s called acute retroviral syndrome or primary HIV infection.
The symptoms are similar to those of other viral illnesses, and they’re often compared to the flu. They typically last a week or two and then go away.
Early signs of HIV includes:
Swollen lymph nodes
A red rash that doesn’t itch, usually on your torso
Ulcers (sores) in your mouth, esophagus, anus, or genitals
Headache and other neurological symptoms. If you have symptoms like these and might have come into contact with someone with HIV in the past 2 to 6 weeks, go to a Doctor and ask that you get an HIV test.
Early testing is important for two reasons. First, at this stage, levels of HIV in your blood and bodily fluids are very high. This makes it especially contagious. Second, starting treatment as soon as possible might help boost your immune system and ease your symptoms.
A combination of medications (called HIV drugs, antiretroviral therapy, or ART) can help fight HIV, keep your immune system healthy, and keep you from spreading the virus.
If you take these medications and have healthy habits, your HIV status won’t get worse. Most importantly, get tested today, and know your status.
You can always reach out to health experts.
The lady’s boyfriend is currently married and she is skeptical about informing him. She told crime check should the guy test negative then it’s means the child isn’t his and she was infected by someone else.
You can watch the video below