Most important: when making the decision to use contraception make sure your healthcare practitioner knows you’re HIV+.
HIV affects your contraception choices, and if you're on anti-retrovirals (ARVs), they can affect your contraception.
It's also important to use condoms all the time. Even if you're both HIV+ you must use them – you can infect each other with
different kinds of HIV, which will make it harder for you to live healthy.
If you're on ARVs, the contraceptive methods which work BEST are condoms, IUD, Depo Provera injection and the pill.
ARVs that contain ritonavir-boosted protease inhibitors can affect Depo Provera and the pill so check this carefully with
If you are on ARVS and use emergency contraception, you need to double the dose.
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