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Bacterial Vaginosis

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This information sheet provides basic information for bacterial vaginosis including its commonality, how it is spread, symptoms and treatment options.

Syphilis in Women

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Information sheet outlining important syphilis testing recommendations for women.

Third Trimester Pregnancy Screening for Syphilis and HIV

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This information sheet highlights syphilis and HIV screening practices for pregnant women. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends prenatal testing for syphilis and HIV during a woman’s first prenatal visit and repeat testing for “high-risk” mothers during the third trimester (preferably 28-32 weeks).

HIV Among Pregnant Women, Infants and Children

Fact sheet providing information on Women who are pregnant, children and infants. Women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy should get tested for HIV as early as possible. If treated early in her pregnancy, a woman’s risk of transmitting HIV to her baby can be reduced to 1% or less. For children living with HIV, starting treatment early can help them live longer, healthier lives.

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