My partner and I are both positive, can we have kids?
Both my partner and I are positive and on medication. We’ve been on it since June last year. This was when we were diagnosed. We’re both really supportive of each other. Can we have a child, and one that isn’t positive?
Thanks for getting in touch.
Its great to hear that you and your partner are supportive of each other and that you’re on medication.
With regards to having children, there’s no reason why you can’t have kids. Many people who are positive have kids, and kids who are negative. The important thing is to be on medication, which you are. Being on meds will reduce the risk of transmission to your baby. There’s more about this here in our pregnancy guide: