Some psychological issues of HIV/AIDS Patients: a core analysis of self-efficacy


  • Ankit Patel Research Scholar, Department of Psychology, Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar, India
  • Prof. Suresh Makvana



HIV, AIDS, Self-efficacy, CD4 Cells, T-Cells, Blood, ARV, ART


This investigation of AIDS patients demonstrated that all the patients are sincerely upset and their self-ideal is powerless. Their day by day life modification is typical. All the patients are under treatment and they take a tablet of ARV at ART focuses. At present when that review was done, they will live more than two to five years. The last finish of that examination is that all patients’ self-efficacy was upset because of disease. They are progressively subject to other people. So, they generally need support, compassion, love, and care. According to the results score of self-efficacies plainly make seen that CD4 cells significant pretend in HIV people life. An ordinary CD4 check is from 500 to 1,400 cells for each cubic millimeter of blood. CD4 includes decline after some time in people who are not accepting ART. At levels underneath 200 cells for each cubic millimeter, patients become vulnerable to a wide assortment of OIs, a significant number of which can be lethal.


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Ankit Patel, & Prof. Suresh Makvana. (2022). Some psychological issues of HIV/AIDS Patients: a core analysis of self-efficacy. International Journal of Indian Psychȯlogy, 7(4). 10.25215/0704.129