Brooke Davidoff shares this deeply personal, graphically descriptive summary of her recent miscarriage.
Ignorant people may claim otherwise, but HIV doesn't end a woman's chances of becoming a mom. Advances in HIV treatment have greatly lowered the risks that a mother will pass HIV on to her baby. In this overview, The Well Project explains how to safe...
As she prepares to celebrate her son Myles' fifth birthday -- not long after the fifth anniversary of her HIV diagnosis -- blogger Brooke Davidoff asks, "Are we too old to have Baby Two?"
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.
"I was proud of myself. It was a struggle mentally, emotionally and physically, especially because I was pregnant," Masonia Traylor writes. "But I must say that having an HIV-negative baby was the best result of my undetectable viral load."
Research overwhelmingly shows that voluntary HIV testing programs are working for pregnant women and that maternal-fetal transmission rates are dropping. The threat of mandatory testing in other populations meanwhile has been shown to drive people aw...