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4 common HIV symptoms in women you should know

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Early symptoms of HIV may be mild and easily dismissed. But even without noticeable symptoms, an HIV-positive person can still pass the virus on to others.

Women may wonder how HIV symptoms for them differ from those seen in men. Many HIV symptoms are the same for men and women, but not all.

Here’s a list of some common symptoms, including those that are specific to women.

  • Skin rashes and skin sores

Most people with HIV develop skin problems. Rash is a common symptom of HIV, and many different types of skin rashes are associated with the condition. They may be a symptom of HIV itself or the result of a concurrent infection or condition.

If a rash appears, it’s a good idea to have a healthcare provider review one’s medical history. They can use a complete medical history to determine which diagnostic tests are needed. Sores, or lesions, may also form on the skin of the mouth, genitals, and anus of people with HIV.

  • Menstrual changes

Women with HIV can experience changes to their menstrual cycle. Their periods may be lighter or heavier than normal, or they may not have a period at all.

HIV-positive women may also have more severe premenstrual symptoms.

  • Fever and night sweats

People with HIV may experience long periods of low-grade fever. A temperature between 99.8°F (37.7°C) and 100.8°F (38.2°C) is considered a low-grade fever.

The body develops a fever when something is wrong, but the cause isn’t always obvious. Because it’s a low-grade fever, those who are unaware of their HIV-positive status may ignore the symptom.

  • Swollen glands

Lymph nodes are located throughout the human body, including the neck, back of the head, armpits, and groin. As part of the immune system, lymph nodes fend off infections by storing immune cells and filtering pathogens.

As HIV begins to spread, the immune system kicks into high gear. The result is enlarged lymph nodes, commonly known as swollen glands. It’s often one of the first signs of HIV. In people living with HIV, swollen glands may last for several months.

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4 steps to make her scream non-stop in bed

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Sex is the most special thing in any relationship as it’s like a gift given to your partner as a sign of love.

Sex can be boring to your partner when doing it in an improper way. Movement and funny loud can express the type of sex you are having.

Here are four(4) steps that can make your woman scream non-stop in bed.

Pay attention to her sensitive part: Most Men pay little attention to women’s hot spot. Women loves when she have enough of your time teasing her erogenous part.

Spots like breast, clitoris are the women weakest point that can give her pleasure if you concentrate on. Her vagina is also the major sensitive part that can stimulate her feeling and drive her crazy.

Tease her until she begs for it: It’s always good to do ground work before you begin sex. This will glow her directly into the feeling of intercourse. Use your tongue to tease her practically until she begs for it.

Tease her sensitive parts like her ears, neck and her clitoris. Do it until she pleads more and give her gratification. Be sure that she will enjoy it about hundred times more.

Pay more attention to her after sex: Most of men turn back to their women and twinkle after sex. They feel tired and assume that she is tired too. After sex, it’s always your high time to bond your sexual relationship with her.

Women are not like men, they don’t come down quickly from sexual pleasure. Face her, look direct to her eyes and talk to her. Many women reveals their naked truthiness about herself after sex

Lasting longer in bed: Women hate it most when her man shot off early before she reaches orgasm. As, a man take your time concentrating on her whenever you’re in bed together.

Always use your fingers correctly and in a right way when in a foreplay. This can make her reach orgasm even if you didn’t last longer bed.

 

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10 lessons from my 67th self – Uncle Ebo Whyte

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Seasoned scriptwriter Uncle Ebo Whyte shared ten life lessons as his 67th birthday gift to the world.

Uncle Ebo Whyte has always used his social media platform to inspire the youth. Advice, life lessons, jokes, Q&A; every nugget you can think of has touched his page.

And today, on his 67th birthday, he has decided to share more pearls of wisdom. He wrote, “ I like to share lessons because, as I always say, I want to leave the earth empty. So for my 67th birthday, which is today, I share with you lessons from my 67th self:

  1. Time passes very quickly.
  2. No matter what you do, not everyone will like you.
  3. No one has it all in life.
  4. Take your health seriously. At 67, I can’t stress this enough!
  5. Take your primary relationships seriously. That’s the relationship with your family.
  6. Life is like the World Cup. Some are just happy to have qualified. Others just want to make it to the quarter-finals. So be careful whom you imitate.
  7. We represent more than ourselves.
  8. It pays to read.
  9. Don’t worry.
  10. Seek God.

 

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Drinking any amount of alcohol causes damage to the brain

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London (CNN)There is no such thing as a “safe” level of drinking, with increased consumption of alcohol associated with poorer brain health, according to a new study.

In an observational study, which has not yet been peer-reviewed, researchers from the University of Oxford studied the relationship between the self-reported alcohol intake of some 25,000 people in the UK, and their brain scans.

The researchers noted that drinking had an effect on the brain’s gray matter — regions in the brain that make up “important bits where information is processed,” according to lead author Anya Topiwala, a senior clinical researcher at Oxford. 

“The more people drank, the less the volume of their gray matter,” Topiwala said via email.

“Brain volume reduces with age and more severely with dementia. Smaller brain volume also predicts worse performance on memory testing,” she explained.

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