Perinatal HIV and breast feeding.

HIV transmission from mother to child can happen during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, delivery, or at any time during breastfeeding. Nursing poses a cumulative danger; the longer an HIV-positive mother breastfeeds, the greater the risk of transmission through breastfeeding.

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