Your HIV status doesn't mean that you can't think about starting a family.
If you have an undetectable viral load, you’ll normally continue taking your anti-HIV drugs throughout the pregnancy.
4 ways to prevent mother-to-baby transmission.
Your healthcare team will play a key role in helping you stay well while you are pregnant.
Good antenatal care is an essential part of reducing the risk of your baby being born with HIV.
Breastfeeding is not recommended for women living with HIV because it can pass on the virus to the baby.
Some methods of contraception are less effective if you are taking anti-HIV drugs.
Various people talk about their experiences of living with HIV.
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