|Is breastfeeding safe?
Jun 4, 2011
My husband has diagnosed with aids as a child. His viral load has been undetectable for 17 years. I have been tested every year and always test negative. I recently found out I was pregnant and was wondering if it was safe to breastfeed as long as my tests continue to come back negative?
| Response from Dr. Frascino
If you are HIV negative, there is no reason you should not breast-feed your baby.
I would suggest you and your virally enhanced hubby read through the chapter in the archives of this forum dedicated to magnetic couples and consider implementing some of the harm-reduction strategies discussed there.
Good luck. Be well.
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