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TB disease is an infectious disease caused by bacterial microba.

"tuberculosis microbacteria"
spread through the air. for example when a person is infected with tuberculosis, the person coughs
and sneezes the microbacteria can spread. we don't know and where the particles are spreading.
because the particles are not visible to the naked eye, because they spread through the air and will
land on who and where we don't know. which we must know and we must always be vigilant when
we are with TB sufferers, both when we interact we must always keep at least a distance so that
they are not easily infected. not only coughs and sneezes even if the person spits carelessly, this
saliva contains tuberculosis microbacteria, it can spread but not like coughing and sneezing.
therefore, people are urged to be aware of this TB disease to avoid transmission

How to prevent this disease by means of a healthy lifestyle. by avoiding direct contact with
sufferers. it's a good idea to use a complete APD (personal protective device) such as wearing a
mask. but actually wearing a mask is not enough. try to prevent TB patients from throwing saliva
anywhere and not coughing and sneezing. It is recommended to do it in a place that is exposed to
direct sunlight. maybe, at least sunlight can kill scattered particles or TB bacteria. what should be
done to have a strong immune system? first have to exercise diligently, secondly consumption of
good and balanced food, third healthy lifestyle like adequate sleep and not smoking.

We as health workers should be diligent in socializing to the community against TB disease


and the need for health education and education to the public because tuberculosis is contagious
very easily. they need to know and understand well so they avoid this disease. because of
tuberculosis if untreated, 50% will cause death. according to the Tasikmalaya City Health Office,
there are an average of around 800 cases of TB found in Tasikmalaya city in the last three years.

ADITIA

Okay, everything here, I will tell you about HIV.

What is HIV?

HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus, a virus that causes AIDS (Acquired Immune
Deficiency Syndrome).

HIV can drastically reduce the immune system, allowing diseases, bacteria, viruses and other
infections to attack your body. Unlike other viruses, your body cannot get rid of HIV completely, if
you are infected with HIV you will have it for life.

As for the symptoms of HIV, actually HIV symptoms are similar to other infections, such as:

Fever

Headache

Fatigue
Muscleache

actually this is just the initial symptom of HIV disease, if we have an AIDS virus different symptoms,
because AIDS is the most severe condition of HIV disease and is characterized by the emergence of
other diseases, such as cancer and various infections, which appear along with the weakening of
your immune system , there are a lot of diseases caused by the AIDS virus but I will not explain it
here, please look for your own diseases caused by the AIDS virus.

actually HIV cannot be cured, even in modern times it is very difficult to make HIV drugs / vaccines,
so I will explain the prevention of HIV disease, as follows:

Use a new condom every time you have sex, either sex through the vagina or through the anus.

For oral sex, use non-lubricating condoms.

Avoid having sex with more than one partner.

Tell your partner if you are HIV positive, so that your partner has an HIV test.

Discuss again with your doctor if you are diagnosed positive for HIV during pregnancy, regarding
subsequent treatment and planning of labor, to prevent transmission from mother to fetus.

For men, it is advisable to be circumcised to reduce the risk of HIV infection.

following prevention of HIV disease, and now I will explain about the spread of HIV disease:

1. When you are in contact with vaginal, anal or oral someone who has HIV without a condom. HIV is
most often sexually transmitted. This is because mixed liquids and viruses can be transmitted,
especially where there is water in the vaginal or rectal tissues, wounds, or other sexually transmitted
infections (STIs). Teenage women are very vulnerable to HIV infection because their vaginal
membranes are thinner and more susceptible to infection than adult women.

2. From a mother with HIV to her baby (before or during birth) and by breastfeeding.

3. By sharing needles and other injecting drug equipment contaminated with HIV.

4. Contact with blood, semen, or vaginal fluids that have HIV infection in open wounds or wounds,
including blood contact through blood transfusions from people who have HIV disease, and this can
be transmitted to patients who get blood donors from people with HIV

maybe some of the percentage that we say, do you have questions to us?