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What's involved in an HIV test?
It's quick, painless, confidential and almost always free
Whatever the result, knowing your status is the best thing you can do to protect your own and other people’s health.

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That's my baby
Living with HIV shouldn't stop you having a baby
Taking treatment correctly during pregnancy and breastfeeding will protect your baby.

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Newly diagnosed?
Finding out you have HIV can be a shock
But HIV doesn’t have to stop you living a full and healthy life. Take your time, work through your feelings and talk to trusted friends, family and healthcare workers for support and advice.


"I was totally depressed and scared of getting tested."
"If I wouldn't have become pregnant and found out I was positive ... I would be dead next year."
"I still go in for my routine therapy every two months but that’s the only thing that has changed."


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