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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi
Doctor :   hi papu
Doctor :   how can I help oyu?
User :   can i ask you some questions?
User :   last month my frnd passed away
Doctor :   can i confirm your deatils?
User :   yes sure
Doctor :   as
we may need
User :   ok
Doctor :   to get back to you if the chat hangs due to a tech prob
User :   ok
Doctor :   Email : YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :   Mobile : 0000
User :   or u can call me in 0000
Doctor :   p-ls go ahead with your questions
Doctor :   thanks
User :   so just want to know, if fahter have Aids it will eff to child
Doctor :   Not really
User :   ok
Doctor :   if the father has passed the infection to the mother
Doctor :   then it can be transmitted to the child during birth
User :   ok
User :   wht the diff... b/w AIDS and HIV
Docor : but the transmission to the child can be prevented with trt
Doctor :   HIV positive means a person has the viral infection
Doctor :   he can spread it
Doctor :   But the virus has not yet started causing problems
Doctor :   When it starts causing the problem it causes AIDS
User :   ok
Doctor :   in which the patients Immune system is so greatly weakened
Doctor :   that he catches any infection easily
Doctor :   and some of this infections cn be very sevre
Doctor :   leading to death
Doctor :   Is there anything else I can help you with?
Doctor :   r u thr?
User :   yes
User :   how we can findout if the person have Aids
Doctor :   you can find out if a person is HIV positive-
Doctor :   that is if he has the virus
Doctor :   through a blood test
User :   why some of them feel so bad to talk with aids people
Doctor :   called ELISA- and confirm it through western blot test
User :   how long the person can live if he/she have aids
Doctor :   it si a social taboo - and misconceptions and fears cause people to be scared
Doctor :   a person with full blown AIDS will usually not live for more than 6 months
User :   can we stay in same house
User :   ???
Doctor :   A person with full blown AIDS will usually not survive for more than 6 months
Doctor :  
A person with full blown AIDS will usually not survive for more than 6 months
Doctor :   it seems we have a tech prob
Doctor :   pls log back again
User :   are u there ???
Doctor :   yes
User :   thanks a lot
Doctor :   yes
User :   and my last question
Doctor :   you can stay in the same house
User :   my frnd passed away 2 mths back, and she was having Aids
Doctor :   ok....
Doctor :   pls go on...
User :   my parents not allo me to see her died body
Doctor :   ok....
User :   but i refused and went to her house
Doctor :   ok
User :   so i was standing near to her
Doctor :   there is nor problem with that
User :   it will cause any probl to me
Doctor :   * no
User :   thns
Doctor :   you are welcome
User :   and can we touch the died body
Doctor :   yes as long as you do not have contact with the body fluids
User :   k
Doctor :  
Is there anything else i can help you with?
User :   No,
Doctor :   ok
User :   and thanks for your answers
Doctor :   welocme;
Bye for now
User :   Hi
User :   can i chat with XXXXXXXX ??
Doctor :   hi
User :   Hi tns for reply
User :   I want to ask abt skin problem
User :   the back of my neck has comparatively darkened
User :   Doctor are u there ????

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