Hormonal Contraception and Potential HIV Risks – Frequently Asked Questions
This FAQ booklet is to address some of the questions that you as a provider may have in regard to associations between hormonal contraception and HIV.
It includes questions such as:
- Is there an increased risk for HIV acquisition for women taking hormonal contraception?
- Does this apply to all hormonal contraception?
- Should women be advised not to take Depo?
- Why should we talk to our clients about this issue?
- Hormonal Contraception and HIV Progression:
- Can women who are HIV positive use hormonal contraception?
- Will hormonal contraception make women’s HIV progress faster?
Source: Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs
Date of Publication: March 25, 2019
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