Pregnancy Planning Information for People who are HIV+

Pregnancy Planning Information for People who are HIV+

This series of brochures and booklets is available to order in hardcopy from CATIE, or to download in English and French. CATIE has many more resources for people living with HIV and their medical care providers.

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Pregnancy Planning Information for HIV+ Men and Their Partners

This pamphlet, developed by Women’s College Hospital, provides information about pregnancy planning options for men living with HIV. Topics include different types of assisted insemination, but also practical issues to consider, such as dealing with stigma.

Pregnancy Planning Information for HIV+ Women and Their Partners

This pamphlet, developed by Women’s College Hospital, provides information about pregnancy planning options for women living with HIV. Topics include different types of assisted insemination, but also practical issues to consider before and during pregnancy.

Information for HIV+ New Moms

This pamphlet, developed by Women’s College Hospital, provides practical information on key issues facing new mothers living with HIV. Topics include breast-feeding, addressing emotional issues and reducing the risk of HIV transmission.

Information for Women who are Diagnosed with HIV during Pregnancy

This pamphlet, developed by Women’s College Hospital, addresses key issues for women who are diagnosed with HIV while they are pregnant. Topics include getting good medical care, having an HIV-negative baby, and disclosing HIV status.

You can have a healthy pregnancy if you are positive (Booklet)

This booklet covers useful topics such as getting pregnant, having a healthy HIV-negative baby and finding support. All the information is presented in CATIE’s signature, easy-to-read style. Developed in collaboration with Voices of Positive Women, this resource is intended for women with HIV who are pregnant or considering having a baby, but can help any one involved in an HIV-positive pregnancy, from male and female partners to healthcare providers.