I Am Pregnant. Should I Have an HIV Test?
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One of a series of patient brochures on HIV infection, testing, treatment, and management during pregnancy, from Siyawela Project. Center for HIV Information staff have modified these files so that they can be edited for local use in Adobe Acrobat version 6.0 or later, or Adobe InDesign version 2.0 or later. To obtain the InDesign brochure files, please send a request to Editor@WomenChildrenHIV.org.
- HIV Treatment
- Opportunistic Infections
- I am HIV-Positive, Should I Breast-Feed my Baby? I am HIV-Positive, Should I Bottle-Feed my Baby?
- Treatment Side Effects
- I am Pregnant and HIV-Positive: What Can I Do to Prevent my Baby from Getting Infected with HIV? AZT or Nevirapine During Pregnancy
- I Tested Positive: HIV and Your Pregnancy--I Tested Negative: Staying HIV Negative
- Telling Others That I Am HIV Positive
||Perinatal HIV Research Unit, Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital|
||Sub-Saharan Africa, South Africa|
||General Public, People Living with HIV/AIDS, Peer Educators|
||Testing & Counseling|
||Patient & Community Education Material|