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1. A HIV positive pregnant woman is keen on a vaginal birth. What factor will you consider before advising her a vaginal birth to reduce the risks of transmission to the baby?
2. HIV positive women on CART are predisposed to certain conditions in late pregnancy. What increased risk would you warn these women about?
3. All of the following are the factors that increase the risk of HIV transmission via breast milk when women are not on CART except?
4. During a woman’s fertile period, the pregnancy risk following a single episode of unprotected sexual intercourse (UPSI) has been estimated to be up to:
5. A woman presents requesting to start the LNG-IUS. She is on Day 19 of a 28-day cycle. She received ulipristal acetate 5 days ago for a single episode of UPSI. She has had no further episodes. What is the single most appropriate management from the list below?
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