1) An HIV-infected person is considered to have AIDS when one or more of the following conditions appear: such as the CD4+T cell count falls below 200 cells/mm3 and opportunistic infection like; T.B., Syphilis, Presistent diarrhoea or Kaposis sarcoma (cancer of skin, lymph nodes) develops. Then, The AIDS patient dies within 6 months to 2 years due to attack of opportunistic diseases.
2) Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacterium called Treponema Palladium. The Primary mode of transmission of this disease is unsafe sexual contact.
3) Gonorrhoea is caused by the bacterium called Neisseria Gonorrhoeae that can grow and multiply easily in mucus membrane of the body. This bacteria can grow in the reproductive tract including the cervix, uterus, fallopian tube in women and in urethra in both men and women.
4) Safe motherhood refers to the protection of health of the mother and fetus during prenatal, natal and post natal period through safe motherhood initiatives.
5) Conception is the sum process of development of the fertilized zygote into a blastocyst and its embedment on the uterine wall. Normally, conception occurs at the fallopian tube and lasts for 8-10 days.
6) Ectopic pregnancy refers to the development of a foetus at any place other than the Uterus, usually at fallopian tube, abdomen and ovary.
7) Safe motherhood is the protection of health of the mother and foetus during antenatal, natal and postnatal period through safe motherhood initiatives like prenatal care, safe delivery service and postnatal care.