|required hiv testing for pregnant women
Oct 20, 2002
What types of drug regimen for HIV positive pregnant women are there?
Response from Dr. Jackson
There are many different drug regimens that can be used to prevent HIV transmission from mother to infant. Some of the more common regimens are AZT + 3TC, AZT + 3TC + nelfinavir, or AZT + 3TC + Nevirapine.
meds effect on dna and teratogenic risks
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