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Pregnant Women with HIV/AIDS

10 Preguntas Sobre el Embarazo y el VIH

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This pamphlet provides information for pregnant women in the form of responses to 10 questions about HIV. It discusses whether a pregnant woman needs to be tested for HIV and why, how the disease is transmitted from mother to baby, what can be done for a pregnant woman with HIV infection and for the baby, when should a pregnant woman begin prenatal care and the benefits of prenatal care, whether the pregnant woman should be tested for other STDs, how to prevent HIV, and what else a woman can do to stay healthy. The pamphlet also gives contact information for public health agencies.

10 Questions About Pregnancy and HIV

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This pamphlet provides information for pregnant women in the form of responses to 10 questions about HIV. It discusses whether a pregnant woman needs to be tested for HIV and why, how the disease is transmitted from mother to baby, what can be done for a pregnant woman with HIV infection and for the baby, when should a pregnant woman begin prenatal care and the benefits of prenatal care, whether the pregnant woman should be tested for other STDs, how to prevent HIV, and what else a woman can do to stay healthy. The pamphlet also gives contact information for public health agencies.

Informations Importantes: Pour les Nouvelles Mamans Concernant le Depistage du Virus VIH Chez Votre Bebe

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This pamphlet discusses HIV testing for newborn infants. It explains that the state of New York requires all babies to be tested. The pamphlet also explains when the mother will receive the results of the test, how a baby can get HIV, the meaning of a positive test for a baby, what happens for a mother who has HIV, and for a baby who has HIV. The pamphlet emphasizes that the results of the baby’s HIV test are confidential and that doctors can only share that information with others who are providing health care.

Noticias Importantes: Para Madres Nuevas Sobre la Prueba VIH de su Bebe

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This pamphlet discusses HIV testing for newborn infants. It explains that the state of New York requires all babies to be tested. The pamphlet also explains when the mother will receive the results of the test, how a baby can get HIV, the meaning of a positive test for a baby, what happens for a mother who has HIV, and for a baby who has HIV. The pamphlet emphasizes that the results of the baby’s HIV test are confidential and that doctors can only share that information with others who are providing health care. A positive result is also confidentially reported to the state health department.

Important News For New Mothers About Your Baby's HIV Test

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This pamphlet discusses HIV testing for newborn infants. It explains that the state of New York requires all babies to be tested. The pamphlet also explains when the mother will receive the results of the test, how a baby can get HIV, the meaning of a positive test for a baby, what happens for a mother who has HIV, and for a baby who has HIV. The pamphlet emphasizes that the results of the baby’s HIV test are confidential and that doctors can only share that information with others who are providing health care.

Tuberculosis y Embarazo

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This information sheet discusses TB testing and treatment for pregnant women. It explains that tuberculin skin testing is safe during pregnancy, and describes the treatment regimen for pregnant women with latent TB infection (LTBI) or TB disease. It also describes the treatment regimen for HIV-infected women suspected of being coinfected with TB.

HIV Treatment Works - Sharmain

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This poster is part of the new awareness campaign, HIV Treatment Works, that shows how people living with HIV have overcome barriers to get in care and stay on treatment. The campaign is a part of Act Against AIDS, which raises awareness and fights stigma by sharing personal stories. This poster features Sharmain, who has been living with HIV since 1990, looking at her pregnant belly. She says "I may have gotten you, HIV. But you will never, ever get the best of me."
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