Learn why condoms are important for women living with HIV, what types are available, how to talk to your partner about condom use, and more.
Submitted on : Jan 27, 2017
Learn about the reasons older women are overlooked despite being at risk for HIV, how knowledge is power, and the importance of getting tested.
Submitted on : Jan 17, 2017
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.
Submitted on : Apr 28, 2016
Get the basic facts about the chances of getting HIV from oral sex, what can make oral sex riskier, and tips for making oral sex safer.
Submitted on : Apr 27, 2016
Get the basics on HIV transmission: how it is and is not spread, both common and rare types of transmission, and how to avoid getting HIV.
Submitted on : Apr 10, 2016
Get answers to many questions about microbicides – what they are, how they work, what is happening in microbicide research, and more.
Submitted on : Mar 23, 2016
Dear friends, Today we sent out an e-newsletter for Valentine's Day that was in part inspired by stories we read on A Girl Like Me , as well as comments we hear from women living with HIV around the...
Submitted on : Feb 14, 2013
When I was first diagnosed HIV positive I was afraid that no one would ever love me again. So, I didn’t really pursue dating until I became a little more comfortable with my status. And even then, I...
Submitted on : Nov 29, 2010

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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.

The number of older women living with HIV is growing. Read about aging with HIV, aging-related health challenges, stigma and support, and more.

The 2010 WRI meeting aimed to address the complex question: What makes women vulnerable to HIV infection, and once infected, to disease progression?