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Question

I’m negative, my husband is positive, can we have a baby?

My husband is positive. He’s on treatment and his viral load is undetectable. I’m negative. Can we have children without me being infected?

Answer

Thanks for getting in touch.

Due to your husband being negative and undetectable there’s no risk of you contracting HIV when having sex without a condom. Please see here: http://i-base.info/u-equals-u/

This means that you can try for a child the conventional way.

2 comments

  1. Lisa Thorley

    Hi Danlami,

    You don’t have HIV, so the issues that you’re having are due to something else.

  2. DANLAMI

    GOOD AFTERNOON SIR.I NEED HELP BECAUSE I HAVE SEX WITH A WOMAN WHO HIV POSITIVE CONDOMS BREAK I WITHDRAW FROM HER WITHIN TWO SECOND WITHOUT EJACULATE INSIDE HER THE WOMAN WAS IN HIV TREATMENT MORE THAN TWO YEARS WITHOUT MISS HER DRUGS,I WHEN TO HOSPITAL WITHIN 24HOURS I START PEP I FINISH AT 3ODAYS AT 38DAYS I TEST HIV NEGATIVE BLOOD FROM VAIN, WEAKNESS OF THE BOODY FOR GOOD 8DAYS AND HEADACHE FOR 4DAYS ALL THIS IS FROM 31 TO 43DAYS IS ANXIETY CAUSES THESE SYMPTOMS OR PEP FAIL PLEASE I NEED HELP SERIOUSLY

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