Then the truth set me free. Learning about Undetectable equals Un-transmittable ( U=U ), and PrEP gave me a new light in life. I set out to make sure I achieved and maintained undetectable levels to prevent the spread of HIV and inform my partners about PrEP. I have come to understand that my future child will not face the same stigma and side effects in their life. This hope has inspired me to think about what family I want to have.
Male involvement in reproductive health, defined as conversations between male/female couples regarding pregnancy desires or specific reproductive health interventions, is associated with women?s increased contraceptive use, male partner HIV testing, and condom use.
Join in to hear from men’s reproductive health champions as they share tips on integrating sexual & reproductive health conversations into care provision for all men living with HIV.
Join us *live* for a 1-hour discussion via Google+ Hangouts on Air:
Tuesday, June 13th, 2017
1 p.m. PT // 3p.m. CT // 4p.m. ET
Poppy and Ted, a serodifferent couple (Ted is living with HIV and Poppy isn?t), talk with their provider, Emily Miller, MD, MPH, about their options for having a baby.
Magic, a man living with HIV, asks Dr. Cori Blum about the risks of having a baby with his HIV negative partner, Annie.