Pregnancy and HIV »

… her infection to her baby can be reduced from 15 – 25% to less that 2 – 3% if appropriate  interventions are used. 

These would include the mother taking HIV medicines (some but not all are safe in pregnancy ) to reduce her viral load, avoidance of prolonged labour (caesarean section often recommended), no breastfeeding, HIV medication for the baby for 4 – 6 weeks after the birth.

This is quite a complicated area so you should speak to your HIV doctor or nurse if you …

Your Prostate »

… spread to other locations in the body, treatment is more complex and may involve a combination of interventions, each of which will have its own impact upon sexual activity similar to what has been described previously.

Prostate Cancer »

… to other locations in the body, treatment is more complex and may involve a combination of Interventions , each of which will have its own impact upon sexual activity similar to what has been described previously.