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Infections that occur due to HIV are called opportunistic infections because they take advantage of the impaired immune system.
With successful antiretroviral therapy (ART), the body can remain healthy and fight off most viruses and bacteria.
A healthy person usually has a CD4 count of between 600 and 1,200.
When the CD4 count drops below 200, a person's immune system is severely weakened, and that person is then diagnosed with AIDS, even if he or she has not become sick from other infections.
AIDS stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome and is caused by HIV.
The names HIV and AIDS can be confusing because both terms describe the same disease. A person with AIDS has an immune system so weakened by HIV that the person usually becomes sick from one of several opportunistic infections or cancers such as PCP (a type of pneumonia) or KS (Kaposi sarcoma, a type of cancer that affects the skin and internal organs in HIV), wasting syndrome (involuntary weight loss), memory impairment, or tuberculosis.If someone with HIV is diagnosed with one of these opportunistic infections (even if the CD4 count is above 200), he or she is said to have AIDS.AIDS usually takes time to develop from the time a person acquires HIV--usually between 2 to 10 years or more.Once a person has been diagnosed with AIDS, she or he is always considered to have AIDS, even if that person's CD4 count goes up again and/or they recover from the disease that defined their AIDS diagnosis.She is currently in the throes of a new romance with the Two And A Half Men star.And it appears Julia Stambler, 26, is standing by her man, despite friends encouraging her not to pursue a relationship with Charlie Sheen, 51, because of his diagnosis.According to TMZ, the blonde beauty has insisted she 'isn't scared' of her beau having HIV and has claimed those warning her away from him because of his illness are 'ignorant'.They added that the duo believe methods can be taken to avoid contracting the virus - such as using anti-viral medication and protection during intercourse - and that Julia is 'reassured' by Charlie explaining he has been told his HIV levels are 'undetectable'.Despite her acceptance of his diagnosis, it's claimed Julia has been warned away by friends from the actor because of the virus.Although, taking a defiant stance against those doing so, Julia is said to think their view is 'ignorant' and that such a statement is a 'terrible message' to send to those who are suffering with HIV.Charlie first chose to go public with his diagnosis back in 2015 while appearing on Good Morning America, four years after first learning he is HIV positive.'I'm here to admit that I am in fact HIV positive,' he told Matt Lauer.'I have to put a stop on this onslaught, this barrage of attacks, and of sub-truths and very harmful and mercurial stories that are about the threatening the health of so many others, which couldn't be farther from the truth.'Charlie admitted that his 'irresponsible lifestyle' had led to his diagnosis.