What is HIV?
HIV stands for Human Immunity Virus. Human Immunity Virus infects the Macrophages (Monocytes in its most mature state), and the T type of White Blood Cells Lymphocytes leading to a chronic Low White Blood Cells Count (Leukopenia).
How is HIV Transmitted?
In most conditions, Human Immunity Virus is sexually transmitted virus. HIV can be transferred either by human semen from a male to a partner, or by the vaginal fluid from a female to a partner during an unprotected sexual intercourse. Vaginal sex is not the only way HIV is sexually transmitted. HIV can be transmitted in any sexual activity that includes exposure to body fluids, for example, unprotected oral sex is an activity that causes high HIV transmission opportunity. Continue reading…