Home > Medical > HIV/Aids > Women and HIV Women and HIV All sections in HIV/Aids » About HIV/Aids » Basic Information » Counselling » Political Stances » Disease Prevention » HIV and ... » HIV in the Body » HIV+. what now? » Legal Issues » Management of HIV/Aids » Multimedia » HIV/Aids News » Nutrition and Aids » Real-life Story » Symptoms & Diseases » Testing » The Caregiver » The SA culture » Transmission of HIV » When Aids sets in » Women and HIV HIV & pregnancy A woman who is HIV+ can have a healthy baby. Dr Avron Urison of AllLife explains the special care needed. HIV testing during pregnancy: Human Rights for Women? When offered HIV testing at public health services, patients now need to actively refuse to be tested for HIV, instead of voluntarily seeking and/or agreeing to a test. Rape has become a culture In rural areas many men still feel they can take whichever girl they want, and this type of conduct perpetuates the spread of HIV. Assess Your HIV risk » Test Your HIV/Aids knowledge » Talk HIV Talk forum » Follow Health24 on Twitter » Finding the cure for Aids HIV/Aids Timeline Women’s vulnerability to HIV More women than men are now HIV-positive; in Africa, the infection rate in the 15 - 24 age group is an estimated 20 women for every 10 men. Management of rape survivors This article covers the steps you need to take if you have been raped. The burden of HIV/Aids on women In addition to the fact that women in Africa are particularly vulnerable to contracting HIV/Aids, the epidemic impacts on them in other ways. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.