HIV, Hepatitis B risk in Pregnancy

Pregnancy, HIV, Hepatitis B 

If you have had unprotected sexual intercourse with someone whose behavior you are not familiar with, you may be at risk of getting pregnant, infected with HIV and Hepatitis B.

Before engaging in any form of sexual behavior, you must both seek health care attention undergo pre-test counseling for HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Syphilis tests.

Unprotected sexual engagement with persons unknown to you is highly risky and therefore it is your right to say NO to unprotected sexual intercourse.

If you don’t say NO, you will carry your own risk and the consequences of such behavior,

Don’t accept your emotions to carry you away neither should you accept petty offers in exchange of sexual intercourse. Your life and health is of greater value to you now and future.

For all women who are pregnant,

(Test Positive for Pregnancy)                                                                                                       

HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Syphilis MUST be tested for and these tests MUST be repeated after period of 1 month from the first test to exclude window periods particularly HIV infection.

Spouse/partner MUST be equally tested for these Infections as necessary.

Kalson Medical Group