Aug 24, 2011
Hi i am HIV positive woman aged 29 years . I started taking antiretroviral drug but it affected my manustration .so i can't be pregnant what can i do to be normal and have child . please advise me which drug to take to bring my manusteration.
Response from Dr. Henry
In most cases starting effective HIV treatment improves menstruation and chances for successful pregnancies. A complete history and physical examination with some blood tests would generally be needed to establish why you are having menstruation and fertility problems (including a review of your past medical history and which HIV meds you are taking). KH
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