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    Kagoya J.
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    Kagoya J.

    Women living with HIV can have healthy HIV-negative babies. Follow these suggestions to prevent passing HIV on to your baby. HIV and pregnancy You are at risk of HIV infection if you have unprotected sex or share injecting equipment - even when pregnant. It is recommended that you take an HIV test... •At your first antenatal appointment •During your third trimester •After delivery of your baby (in some settings) Your partner should also take an HIV test.1 You can ask for an HIV test at any time, even if you said ‘no’ before. HIV-negative test result If you test HIV-negative it is important to stay negative. If you have unprotected sex or share needles and syringes during your pregnancy, test again.

    Kagoya J.
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    Kagoya J.

    what is hunters' syndrome?

    Hafsah D.
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    Hafsah D.

    What are the stages of hiv

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