HIV-Positive Man Defies The Odds And Becomes The Father Of Healthy Twin Girls Via Surrogacy
March 15, 2019 11:13
Can two HIV-positive parents have an HIV-negative child? Yes, it is possible. Transmission of HIV from mother to child can occur either during pregnancy or childbirth or breastfeeding.
But if the mother takes special medication during pregnancy, has special methods of delivery, and replaces breastfeeding by artificial, the risk of having an HIV-positive baby will be only 2%.
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