AIDS is a deadly bomb

Arshad Sulahri

Due to ignorance about HIV / AIDS in many parts of the world, many kinds of misconceptions and serious misconceptions are constantly spreading and causing fear. Pakistan is one of such countries.

Recently I came across a news item which was about the spread of AIDS in Pakistan. The news item described the alarming spread of AIDS and the increase in the number of people infected. AIDS is the deadliest and worst disaster. Such a situation has never happened to humanity before, AIDS spreads faster and faster than other deadly diseases and has lasting effects. This stops the growth process in the human body. It is a deadly bomb that spreads and spreads massively without making a sound.

There is an urgent need to provide more and more consistent information about HIV / AIDS to the general public in Pakistan. Prevent disease and so on Preaching, educating and training at the governmental and private levels is essential to raise awareness and take precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the disease. HIV stands for “Human Immunodeficiency Syndrome”. This virus destroys certain types of cells in the blood. These are called CD cells. These cells are needed to maintain the normal functioning of the human body’s immune system, which protects the body against diseases. It is easy to get sick. AIDS “Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome” is a condition in which a person’s immune system is weakened by HIV. AIDS attacks a specific part of the body that is already affected by a disease or type of cancer. In the case of an AIDS attack, a person already has a disease Even if you are not infected, hotheads can be infected. HIV is diagnosed by a medical examination, such as an anti-HIV test. It involves analyzing a blood sample for leukemia. Positive is called positive. HIV is transmitted from one person to another through unprotected sexual contact.

HIV is also transmitted through blood fluids, blood products, sperm, contaminated syringes or contaminated devices. The disease is also transmitted from mother to child. The HIV virus is not easily transmitted from one person to another. The disease is not spread by contact with the patient, such as contact with the patient, hugs, the patient’s own sweat, or tears. However, the virus is present to some extent in the patient’s urine and feces. But the amount is so small that so far they have transmitted the disease No incidents have been reported. Mosquitoes and other types of insects do not spread the disease. However, we need to take precautionary measures to avoid this deadly disease.

We must avoid all habits and actions that cause the disease to spread or occur. For sex, be limited to your partner and do not be rude, and do not have sex with more than one person. Infected pregnant women should receive anti-AIDS treatment to protect their babies from the virus and reduce their risk of infection. Avoid drugs and syringes. Do not use syringes used by each other. It can usually take 8 or 10 years for people living with HIV to become infected.

If the patient is in good health and has access to treatment, it can take even longer. HIV weakens the cells of the immune system that cause tuberculosis They fight against germs and often get AIDS with AIDS or AIDS after TB. People with sexually transmitted diseases have a higher risk of contracting HIV than others. For example, genital abscesses are caused by blisters of the genitals. Provide space for HIV transmission. People who are infected with HIV also have a higher risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases than others. Because their body’s immune system is weakened, it is difficult for the body to fight off germs. Readers Ikram No cure for HIV / AIDS has been discovered so far, but the only way to prevent it is ABC, which means staying faithful to the same-sex partner and using condoms. There is no cure other than this. Precautionary measures can prevent this deadly disease.

The number of AIDS patients worldwide is 42.4 million. Global experts estimate that the number of AIDS patients could rise to 48 million by next year if strict measures are not taken against AIDS. According to Dawn, Gilgit-Baltistan, including the backward tribal areas, where health facilities are inadequate and there are concerns about AIDS in remote areas and rural areas of the country. It must be communicated and the supply of information must be continued in order to prevent the silent destruction of this deadly bomb, which is wreaking havoc on humanity from within. 4 million. Global experts estimate that the number of patients could rise to 48 million by next year if strict measures are not taken against AIDS. According to Dawn, Gilgit-Baltistan, including the backward tribal areas, where health facilities are inadequate and there are concerns about AIDS in remote areas and rural areas of the country.

It must be communicated, and the supply of information must be continued in order to prevent the silent destruction of this deadly bomb, which is wreaking havoc on humanity from within. 4 million. Global experts estimate that the number of patients could rise to 48 million by next year if strict measures are not taken against AIDS. According to Dawn, Gilgit-Baltistan, including the backward tribal areas, where health facilities are inadequate and there are concerns about AIDS in remote areas and rural areas of the country. It must be communicated, and the supply of information must be continued in order to prevent the silent destruction of this deadly bomb, which is wreaking havoc on humanity from within

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Arshad Sulahri

Arshad Sulahri

Writer,Journalist,Editor ,Human Rights Activist ,Politician

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