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"I never imagined that I would be sitting exactly where I am right now seven months pregnant with a baby boy and engaged to someone who I truly believe is my soulmate," writes Erin.
"I stopped believing in the saying, 'everything happens for a reason,' because the truth is, sometimes there isn't always an explanation," Middleton says after he and his partner experienced a pregnancy loss by miscarriage.
"Medical professionals should not decide who should have access to PrEP or who shouldn't," Freya Luna writes. "I should be allowed to be responsible for my own reproductive health and I'm appalled at the fact that it has taken me over a year to get t...
One mother describes her experience trying to have a baby with her HIV-positive husband by using PrEP.
Watch five men living with HIV discuss what it means to have a healthy sex life -- and the possibility of having children. Plus, get providers' tips on care, disclosure and safer conception and birth control.
Meet Annelies, a skilled nurse, heartfelt counselor and passionate advocate who is working hard to keep sex workers in Amsterdam healthy and safe.
"The zeal I have for sex workers is peaked because I am a sex worker," explains Narah. "We need PrEP as sex workers in our country because most of our members are dying just because they have no knowledge about PrEP."
"After my husband disclosed his status to me, I did some research to find out what my risk would be if we had condomless sex," writes Caroline Watson. Using treatment as prevention (TasP) enabled them to have a healthy and HIV-free daughter.