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720c5d9bec 43 If you're unlucky enough to contract a deadly disease such as HIV or Hepatitis C, it's not an unending sentence of doom and gloom. Modern medicine has made great strides in developing treatments for these ailments. This post is about the treatments and cures for blood borne diseases in general and what you can do to stay safe in order to avoid contracting one in the first place. You'll find out how modern medicine can cure these once-deadly diseases, how often they're contracted, and the most common times that people come into contact with them. In almost all circumstances, disease is an external force that can be fought through vaccines and medication. If you've ever contracted a disease or a virus in a foreign place, you will know the momentary panic. Once it's in your body, it can cause untold amounts of damage before you actually realize you have it. If only there was a way to determine if you have contracted a blood borne disease before that final life-threatening encounter. Why It's Important To Know About Blood Borne Diseases In The First Place Most people don't consider this type of situation when they're traveling abroad or when they're just going about their everyday lives in their own hometowns. It's a very easy thing to do, though, and it's beneficial for people who would otherwise not be able to travel as much as they'd like. As the virus does its work on your body, you'll suffer from a whole bunch of different signs and symptoms. For example, you won't feel as strong as you normally would, or it will take longer for you to recover from an injury or acute illness. Or you might end up passing out anytime your body is exposed to heat or sunlight. Eventually it will lead to ultimately deadly consequences if left untreated. More than five million people in the United States alone are currently afflicted with HIV. The estimated 50,000 new infections in 2015 alone could be its highest rate in nearly 20 years. While it's extremely rare for someone to contract HIV when they're traveling, it's far more devastating when you do return home without having any idea that you were sick to begin with. That's why keeping track of your health is so vital when you're traveling abroad or even if you've been living abroad long enough to know what typical symptoms are associated with a disease such as this. In most cases, it's easy enough to treat and cure a few of these diseases before they can do too much damage. Getting Your Body Back When You're Returned Home If you're traveling to a foreign country, it's important that you keep track of your health in order to avoid a possible outbreak when you return home. If there is a reasonable chance that you've been exposed to a disease or virus, it's not unheard of for the symptoms to go away without treatment. But if they don't, you can choose from a number of treatments and treatments options. The most notable one is known as Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP). In this method, your body gets stronger very quickly in order to fight off any illnesses that have been introduced.

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