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Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission: All pregnant women should get tested for HIV - पी.पी.टी.सी.टी.: सभी गर्भवती महिलाएँ एचआर्इवी की जाँच ज़रूर करवाएं
Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission: All pregnant women should get tested for HIV
पी.पी.टी.सी.टी.: सभी गर्भवती महिलाएँ एचआर्इवी की जाँच ज़रूर करवाएं


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पी.पी.टी.सी.टी.: सभी गर्भवती महिलाएँ एचआर्इवी की जाँच ज़रूर करवाएं



Hindiहिन्दी - मानक हिन्दी - Mānak Hindī - Hindi

Understand the risk of transmitting HIV to her unborn child and ways to prevent it.

These videos focus on social and behaviour change communication and are made for individual and small group viewing, learning and discussion. They are designed to be used as interpersonal communication tools by communities and frontline workers in giving out important information to women and caregivers.

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Produced by: UNICEF, India



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Key Messages
  • Every pregnant woman should get an HIV test and receive counseling to learn how to protect and care for herself, her partner and family and most importantly reduce chances of transmission to the baby. Free testing is available at the ICTC.

  • You should:

    • Know l that treatment with specific medicines during pregnancy and post partum period given to mother and baby can greatly reduce the risk of passing the infection to the infant.

    • Have information on special care during pregnancy and delivery which can reduce the risks of passing the infection to the infant.
A doctor or trained health care provider can give you this information.
  • Exclusive breastfeeding is the best option for feeding infants up to 6 months of age. Meet and consult your doctor or trained health worker for counseling on breastfeeding.
Discussions and Frequently Asked Questions

 Are pregnant women automatically tested for HIV during routine check-ups?

Key Response: Pregnant women are not automatically tested for HIV. In some ante-natal clinics the test is offered and in others women have to ask for it. All pregnant women can have an HIV test. A woman will never be tested without her consent. If a woman is not sure what the arrangements are at her ante-natal clinic, she can ask her health care provider about an HIV test.


 What prevents a pregnant woman from getting tested?

Key Response: One barrier that prevents pregnant women from getting tested is that they feel they could not cope with finding out that they are HIV+ and that they have put their baby at risk. But the best action for every pregnant woman is to get tested for HIV – so she can receive counseling on how to better protect herself and her unborn baby.


 If a mother is HIV positive, can her baby be protected?

Key Response: The risk of transmitting HIV to infants may be reduced if pregnant women receive comprehensive counseling, health care and antiretroviral treatment during pregnancy and through the first six months after childbirth. The most effective way to reduce transmission of HIV from the mother to the child is to prevent women from becoming infected with HIV. Access to condoms for women and men is a critical intervention to prevent HIV in children.

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How does HIV spread?: We can better protect ourselves and our families if we have correct and complete information on HIV - एचआर्इवी कैसे फैलता है: एचआर्इवी के बारे में सही और पूरी जानकारी पाकर अपने आप और अपने परिवार को सुरक्षित रखें
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Prevention: Open discussions on HIV can help create a network of support - सुरक्षा के तरीके: एचआर्इवी पर खुलकर करें बात, कदम-कदम पर चलें अपनों के साथ
Prevention: Open discussions on HIV can help create a network of support
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सुरक्षा के तरीके: एचआर्इवी पर खुलकर करें बात, कदम-कदम पर चलें अपनों के साथ


Testing & Counselling Centre: Getting tested for HIV is the right thing to do and this test is available free of cost at any ICTC center - जांच एंव सल्लाह केन्द्र: एचआर्इवी की जाँच करवाना अपने और अपने परिवार के लिए सही कदम है, आर्इसीटीसी जाएं और यह जाँच नि:शुल्क करवाएं
Testing & Counselling Centre: Getting tested for HIV is the right thing to do and this test is available free of cost at any ICTC center
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जांच एंव सल्लाह केन्द्र: एचआर्इवी की जाँच करवाना अपने और अपने परिवार के लिए सही कदम है, आर्इसीटीसी जाएं और यह जाँच नि:शुल्क करवाएं


Stigma: People living with HIV have the same rights as anyone else - इस बीमारी से जुड़ी बदनामी: एचआर्इवी संक्रमित लोगों के उतने ही अधिकार हैं जितने हम सबके
Stigma: People living with HIV have the same rights as anyone else
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इस बीमारी से जुड़ी बदनामी: एचआर्इवी संक्रमित लोगों के उतने ही अधिकार हैं जितने हम सबके


Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission: All pregnant women should get tested for HIV - पी.पी.टी.सी.टी.: सभी गर्भवती महिलाएँ एचआर्इवी की जाँच ज़रूर करवाएं
Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission: All pregnant women should get tested for HIV
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पी.पी.टी.सी.टी.: सभी गर्भवती महिलाएँ एचआर्इवी की जाँच ज़रूर करवाएं


 


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28 June, 2014

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