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During pregnancy, HIV can pass through the placenta and infect the fetus. During labor and delivery, the baby may be exposed to the virus from a woman's blood and other fluids. When a woman goes into labor, the amniotic sac breaks. Once this occurs, the risk of transmitting HIV to the baby increases. What all prophylactic measures do we need to take in all three trimesters? What's the correct approach? Let's understand the right approach to the case of HIV in pregnancy from Dr. Swati Gawai.
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