Co-Infection of STDs
Gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis cause immune reactions which leads to inflammation that can easily be infected with HIV. Co-infection is a condition where a person actively infected with STD is infected with another STD. when a STI infected individual is prone to another infection due to immune compromise they are less able to mount a protective response against sexually transmitted pathogens. Treating co-infected individuals can be challenging and the treatment methods must be analyzed and modified to their needs.
- Track 1-1 HIV and Gonorrhea
- Track 2-2 HIV and Hepatitis
- Track 3-3 HIV and Kidney disease
- Track 4-4 HIV and Tuberculosis