People living with HIV have special reproductive health needs. Addressing plans for building a family in advance can improve health outcomes for partners and infants. During pregnancy, women living with HIV may require enhanced, coordinated medical and psychosocial care through postpartum period. This webpage brings together a range of resources about meeting the special reproductive health and healthcare needs of people living with HIV. The resources below illustrate how perinatal services can be organized and delivered.
This toolkit was developed by the CDC’s Elimination of Perinatal HIV Comprehensive Care Working Group.
Canadian resources regarding clinical care during pregnancy and postpartum are available for reference, however, these tools may require adaptation for US treatment guidelines.