|How Other STDs Increase the Risk of HIV Transmission - AIDSvideos.org|
Phil Johnson, M.D. discusses how having a sexually transmitted disease (STD) other than HIV (such as herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea, or chlamydia) can increase the risk of contracting or transmitting HIV. Preventing and treating other STDs is therefore an important step for preventing the transmission of HIV.
Keywords: hiv; aids; std; sexually; transmitted; disease; herpes; syphilis; gonorrhea; chlamydia; prevention; education
|Do I Have Chlamydia? Signs and Symptoms of Chlamydia - AIDSvideos.org|
Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted infection. Chlamydia usually has no symptoms, can leave a woman unable to have children, and can be passed from the mother to child during vaginal childbirth. Having an active sexually transmitted infection such as chlamydia increases the risk you will get HIV or give it to someone else. HIV is incurable and can be fatal. Fortunately, chlamydia can be diagnosed with a test and cured with antibiotics...
Keywords: chlamydia; congenital gonorrhea prevention; STD; STI; sexually transmitted infection; sexually transmitted disease; testing; infant; infection; Medicine (Field Of Study); Health; Cure; Pain; Doctor; Antibiotic; symptoms; signs; genitals; mouth; sore; treatment; sore throat; lymph nodes; oral sex; vaginal sex; anal sex
|Afrikaans Brief Introduction to HIV/AIDS - Global Lifeworks|
This is the Afrikaans version of Brief Introduction to HIV/AIDS. HIV and AIDS can make you very sick and even kill you. If you follow the instructions in this video, you can reduce your risk of being infected with HIV, the cause of AIDS. This may save your life, the lives of any current or future sexual partners, and the lives of any future children you may have. AIDS is the final stage of infection by a virus called HIV...
Keywords: hiv; hiv prevention education; aids; mtct; mother-to-child transmission of hiv; arvs; antiretroviral medications; pregnancy; pregnant; testing; who; world health organization; cdc; centers for disease control and prevention; breastfeeding; oral antiretroviral medications; risk reduction; Caesarian section; vaginal delivery; AIDS medications; infant formula; clean water; infant; hiv testing; hiv positive; hiv negative; chlamydia; hepatitis B; syphilis; sexually transmitted infection; STI