There are several different options for reducing the chances of passing on HIV while trying to get pregnant. If you are a woman living with HIV and an HIV-negative man seeking information on getting pregnant, the options below will help you understand what might be the best for you, and prepare for discussions with your health care provider.

WRI 2016 focused on women across the entire spectrum of HIV cure research, from clinical trial research participation and conduct, to ethics and stakeholder engagement, to advocacy, policy and funding around HIV cure.

Why Language Matters; Facing HIV Stigma in Our Own Words is the third webinar in our WATCH! 2017 treatment advocacy webinar series!

Obtener los conceptos básicos sobre la transmisión del VIH: cómo se propaga y cómo no se propaga, las formas frecuentes de transmisión y cómo evitar contagiarse el VIH.

Get the basics on HIV transmission: how it is and is not spread, common types of transmission, and how to avoid getting HIV.

Get basic information on what safer sex is and is not, how to practice different forms of safer sex, and tips on thinking things through ahead.

The language we use to talk about HIV affects the well-being of people with HIV. Learn about the power of words, and less stigmatizing language for discussing HIV.

Get basic information about viral load – what it is, when to have it tested, and how the results are used – and sex differences in viral load.

Race and gender intersect with many factors in the lives of women with HIV. Learn about what impacts women living with or vulnerable to HIV in different racial groups.

Race matters when it comes to HIV – and not just for women of color. Learn about differences in HIV rates by race and why these differences exist.