Magic, a man living with HIV, asks Dr. Cori Blum about the risks of having a baby with his HIV negative partner, Annie. Dr. Blum explains what the risks would be using TasP,  (Treatment as Prevention), which is a form of prevention where the partner who is living with HIV maintains an undetectable viral load, and PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis), a pill that the negative partner takes once a day to prevent HIV transmission. Then Magic asks if women who are living with HIV can deliver HIV negative babies, and Dr. Blum explains how they can do so. Next, Dr. Blum talks about what risks are associated with having multiple partners, and tells Magic and Annie how they can protect each other if that is ever the case in their relationship.

This film is part of a reproductive justice video

series created as a collaboration between HIVE,

AIDS Foundation of Chicago

and MHPPPI.

 

 

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