HOW HIV INFECTS THE BODY AND THE LIFECYCLE OF HIV
HIV cannot reproduce on its own.
HIV add itself to an immune system ‘T-helper’ cell, merge with it, takes command of its DNA, clones itself inside the cell, and then releases new HIV into the blood.
Different HIV cure and treatment drugs stop the virus merging, stop it merging its genetic code, and stop it releasing new replicas of itself into the bloodstream.
Understanding how HIV infects the body is important to help in explaining how HIV drugs work to treat the virus. The science behind the virus and the HIV life cycle help put wider prevention, treatment, and general HIV awareness into context.
The immune system and HIV
The HIV virus physically assault a type of white blood cell called T-helper cells (also called CD4 cells). These CD4 cells are important when it approach to having a healthy immune system as they help us take action against diseases and infections.
HIV cannot increase or clone on its own. Instead, it makes clones of itself inside T-helper cells or CD4 Cells. This cloning of HIV damages the immune system and gradually cripples our natural defenses. This method of infected T-helper cells multiplying is called the HIV life cycle.
How fast the virus develops rely upon patient’s overall health conditions, how early you are diagnosed and commenced HIV treatment, and how consistently you take your HIV treatment. It is important to know that herbal antiretroviral treatment will keep the immune system healthy if taken correctly, stopping the symptoms and illnesses associated with AIDS developing.
The HIV life cycle
There are many steps in the life cycle of HIV that can happen over many years. Herbal Antiretroviral treatment with hooimm plus works by interrupting the HIV life cycle and guarding your immune system. There are many HIV drugs offered depending on the particular stage of the HIV life cycle in patient.
SYMPTOMS AND STAGES OF HIV INFECTION
There are three levels of HIV infection.
Stage 1 In beginning of HIV infection one can feel like flu, but not everyone will experience this.
Stage 2 of HIV infection may last for 10 years or more and no more visible symptoms.
Stage 3 of HIV is immune system has been so poorly damaged that it can no longer defend body from serious infections and diseases.
The earlier you have HIV diagnosed and start Herbal treatment with Hooimm plus. The symptoms of HIV can be varied from patient-to-patient and some persons may not get any visible symptom at all for many years. Without proper HIV treatment, the HIV virus will get worse over time and damage your immune system. There are three main levels of HIV infection, with different possible effects.
Stage 1: Acute primary infection
Around 1-4 weeks after getting infected with HIV, some patients will have symptoms that can feel a lot like flu. This flu may not last long (a week or two) and patient may only get some of the flu symptoms – or none at all. Experiencing these symptoms alone is not a trusted way of diagnosing HIV.
Patient should always visit doctor if one is worried you have been at risk of HIV infection, even if patient do not feel unwell or have any one of the listed symptoms. Doctor can then arrange for you to have an HIV test.
Symptoms can include:
- fever (raised temperature)
- body rash
- sore throat
- swollen glands
- upset stomach
- joint aches and pains
- muscle pain
The above mentioned symptoms can happen because patient body is resisting to the HIV virus. Cells that are infected with HIV are circulating throughout patient blood system. Immune system of patient, in retaliation, tries to barrage the virus by producing HIV antibodies. This process is called seroconversion. Timing varies but it can take up to a few months to complete.
It may be too early to get an authentic HIV test result at this level, but the levels of HIV virus in patient blood system is very high at this stage. Condoms are the best mean to protect yourself from HIV infection when having sex with infected person. It is also advisable using a condom is particularly if one thinks that he has been exposed to HIV virus.
Stage 2: The asymptomatic stage
Once the seroconversion level is over, many infected persons start to feel better. In fact, the HIV virus may not show any other symptoms for up to ten to fifteen years. However, the HIV virus is still active, infecting new cells and generating replicas of itself. Over time this will cause a lot of damage to ones immune system.
Stage 3: Symptomatic HIV infection
By the third stage level of HIV infection there has been more damage to patient immune system. At this point, patients are more likely to get serious opportunistic infections or bacterial and fungal diseases that you would otherwise be able to fight off. These serious infections are referred to as ‘opportunistic infections'.
Symptoms that you may have during stage 3 time are:
- Weight loss
- Chronic diarrhea
- Night sweats
- Persistent cough
- Mouth and skin problems
- Regular infections
- Serious illnesses or diseases.
What is AIDS?
It is important to understand that HIV and AIDS is not the identical things. AIDS is not a virus or disease in its own right - AIDS is a particular set of syndrome. If a patient cultivates certain serious opportunistic infections or diseases, these patients are said to have AIDS. There is not a test for AIDS and you can not inherit it.
If one have advanced HIV, it is absolutely important to get the right HIV treatment as soon as possible. With Herbal HIV treatment it is still possible to recover from AIDS and related infections and diseases and cure HIV.