HIV and hormonal contraception: FAQ
WHO has announced in February 2012 that its current recommendation—no restrictions on the use of hormonal contraceptives to avoid unintended pregnancies for women at high risk of, or living with HIV—remains unchanged. They also recommend that women using progestogen-only injectable contraceptives also use condoms or other measures to prevent HIV infection.
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