The most prevalent route for women to contract HIV is through sex with a male partner. Several variables may raise women's risk of HIV infection. For example, if he has sex without a condom, it swiftly goes from male to female. Because the immune system has been compromised in AIDS patients, Kaposi Sarcoma is a common infection. In several nations, Kaposi Sarcoma has become the most commonly reported malignancy. It first occurs on the legs and feet before spreading to the mouth and gastrointestinal tract. It advances slowly over several years and may result in death. This Kaposi Sarcoma is spread through sexual contact, primarily through saliva, and is rapidly passed to youngsters living in endemic areas. Recurrent fever, chronic diarrhoea, and skin rashes or pimples are some indications and symptoms of HIV and AIDS.

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