|consequences of getting pregnant
Jan 11, 2013
| Response from Dr. Young
Hello and thanks for posting.
If you're already taking this regimen and have an undetectable viral load (if that's done where you live), it would be recommended to continue. So yes, it is safe.
For more information about being positive and having a baby, take a look at our Resource Center on Pregnancy.
I hope that helps, BY
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