AIDS is an incurable disease in the eyes of many people. Data shows that AIDS has also seen a certain phenomenon of youth in recent years. Many college students and even high school students have become infected with AIDS, which may completely change or even destroy their lives. As a high school student who should focus on the college entrance examination, what makes them become AIDS patients, and how should high school students prevent AIDS?
The main causes of AIDS infection among high school students: sexual impurity and drug abuse
No matter what the age of patients, in the final analysis, AIDS infection is still inseparable from mother to child, blood and sex, the three most common modes of transmission.
For high school students, mother to child transmission is basically impossible. Even if they are infected with AIDS through mother and child, ordinary patients will also have symptoms before high school.
The possibility of blood transmission is also relatively low. At present, blood management is strict. In theory, it is safe to accept blood transfusion in hospitals, and the possibility of AIDS infection is low.
However, blood transmission is not limited to blood donation and transfusion. Some high school students are even infected with drugs because they have not been deeply infected with bad habits. Many drug users are infected with AIDS through sharing needles. In theory, sharing razors or toothbrushes with others also has certain opportunities to spread AIDS.
Of course, in high school students with AIDS, most may be transmitted through sexual behavior. Due to high school students being in the peak stage of adolescent development, they are prone to stealing forbidden fruits. In addition, due to a lack of sexual knowledge or shyness, they do not use condoms. Homosexual behavior and heterosexual behavior are easy to lead to the spread of AIDS.
How should high school students prevent AIDS?
Firstly, high school students should clean themselves. No matter their age, drugs cannot be contaminated. Secondly, due to the fact that high school students are not yet adults and have incomplete physical development, premature sexual activity can have adverse effects on their physical and mental health. It is recommended not to steal forbidden fruits even in early love.
If sexual activity occurs, please remember that both same-sex and heterosexual behavior requires the use of condoms. Chen Youpeng, chief physician of the Infection Department of the First Affiliated Hospital of Jinan University, pointed out in the previous interview that the use of qualified and standardized condoms is an effective way to avoid HIV infection