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A recent study allayed concerns that certain forms of birth control were associated with an increased risk of acquiring the virus.
Previous studies had suggested that certain contraception methods increased the risk of contracting the virus.
This finding came from a larger report indicating that U.S. residents are increasingly taking drugs linked to such symptoms.
Expanded services at the remodeled facility are part of the mayor’s Ending the Epidemic plan.
Women taking various forms of hormonal contraceptives can likely combine them safely with antiretrovirals.
Sustiva (efavirenz), which is included in Atripla, is the one antiretroviral that may not combine well with hormonal contraceptives.
Planned Parenthood provides vital HIV services for both women and men.
The most effective birth control methods for women with HIV are implants and injectable hormonal contraceptives.
A petition asks the FDA to add a warning label on the birth control drug Depo-Provera stating that it may be linked to an increased risk of co...
WHO guidelines cautioning against oral birth control for HIV-positive women on antiretrovirals may be overly broad; some forms may be safe wit...
About 10 million fewer free condoms were distributed.
There is no clear link between using contraceptives such as injectable or pill forms of birth control and an increased risk that a woman...
While many parents talk with their children about sexuality, they don’t necessarily discuss key issues that might help protect their children,...
The number of U.S. men ages 15 to 19 who used a condom the first time they had sex increased between 2002 and the 2006 to 2010 survey...
A new study shows that HIV-positive women are twice as likely to transmit the virus to a sexual partner if they use hormone-based birth contro...
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