Brooke Davidoff shares this deeply personal, graphically descriptive summary of her recent miscarriage.
"Breastfeeding is a natural, shameless way of feeding babies, and women living with HIV like me now have the opportunity to experience that privilege," explains Tuysihime Claire Gasamagera.
"We want to assure others that it is safe for serodifferent couples to have children," Rev. Henry Calderon Jr. writes.
"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.
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.
"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.
Poppy and Ted of San Francisco were ready to become parents -- even though Ted was HIV positive. After many disappointments, Poppy found pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). Read about her journey.
Let me start off by thanking God for being able to write down my story and making me stronger in this time. I think it's important for people to know why some babies are still being born with HIV.
I didn't even know I was pregnant until I was about ...
When Heather Boerner found out that serodiscordant couples could have safe, condomless sex to conceive a child, she knew she had to share these couples' stories.