*Home>>>HIV Infection

If you have trichomoniasis if undetected can it turn into hiv?

i just found out that my boyfriend have trichomoniasis and i have not had sex with no one but him for the past two years and i am worried that i had it before so being that it has been so long can the infection turn into hiv

Trichomonas vaginalis - Trichomonas causes infection in the vagina in women and in the urethra in men. Rarely, the infection can be passed on by sharing towels, washcloths or hot baths, but in most cases it is transmitted during unprotected sexual intercourse.

Men often have no symptoms. If they do, they may include pain or burning when passing urine and a thin white discharge from their penis that stains underwear.

Trichomonas can affect sexually active people of all ages. Practising safer sex by using condoms can reduce the risk of infection. If one partner has the infection, the other should be tested and treated if necessary.

The new antimicrobial called 'New Silver Solution' has been tested against Trichomonas vaginalis and kills the parasite at just 10ppm strength of solution. It is non-toxic and does not cause damage to the immune system, unlike antibiotics.

The full test list is available here:

It is called Vaginitis in women.

Hope that helps you...

NO! One infection doesn't magically transform into another. They are caused by two completely different organisms. Trichomoniasis is not a virus it is a parasite. HIV is a virus. Use a condom!

no honey , Tric can not turn into HIV.
Trich-is a protozoan that causes greenish yellow discharge bad odor soreness itching and painful urination. It is transmitted by fingers,douching equipment,dildos that have been used during an active infection. See a doctor with your partner and both get treated to prevent reinfecting each other.
HIV is a virus that can gain entrance to the body through the mouth vagina rectum open cut or sores as well as through IV needle use.

Tric turning into HIV would be like having and apple in you purse and leaving it there for a week when you take it out it is still an apple probably old and nasty but its an apple not a grape.

  HIV Vaccine   HIV Prevention   HIV Positive   HIV Virus   HIV Transmission   HIV Treatment   HIV Infection   HIV Symptoms   HIV Test
Related information
  • Can anyone explain why hiv causes more frequent yeast infections in women?

    A yeast infection, like ringworm, jock itch, and athletes' foot is caused by a fungus. In the case of a yeast infection, women have this fungus growing in their vaginas most of the time, but w...

  • Have you seen the Health Protection Agency analysis of African born people with HIV in the UK?

    HIV is rife in Africa. How can we expect a government so inept in everything they do, to protect us against any infectious disease brought in from abroad, let alone this one? Just another benefit...

  • Are you aware that an estimated 24,800 HIV cases born in sub-Saharan Africa were resident in the UK in 2006?

    HPA statistics show that the African AIDS epidemic is coming to the UK via African immigrants, this is shown in a careful reading of the HPA website.The 2006 cases have increased (they sure as hell...

  • Will a man get hiv if he has sex with another man when both of them do not have any infections or stds?

    Absolutely 100% NOT

  • Are children with hiv or aids allowed to attend daycare ?

    yes. ill people have the same rights to education as healthy people. The day care facility and it's staff should have been made aware of health and saftey laws and regulations regarding ...

  • Hiv blood banks derfer?

    Absolutely correct. The FDA (Food & Drug Administration) regulates blood and blood products, which are considered drugs. The FDA is very, very conservative and has literally dozens of screeni...

  • Translate this about hiv and herpes?

    HIV is transmitted predominately through open wounds in the genitals during sexual intercourse. Ie, you can get HIV in a few different ways, but, since herpes leaves open wounds on your genitals, y...

  • Give 2 opportunistic infections normally found in HIV positive people?

    tb and phnemonia


    Categories--Copyright/IP Policy--Contact Webmaster