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Perinatal Outcomes Following Maternal Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Use During Pregnancy: Results From a Large PrEP Implementation Program in Kenya

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There were no major differences between PrEP exposed and unexposed infants in rates of preterm birth and low birthweight. There were no congenital malformations identified in the PrEP‐exposed group and five reported in the PrEP unexposed group. At six weeks postpartum, infants in both groups had similar growth. No differences in infant outcomes were found by duration PrEP exposure, trimester of PrEP initiation, a subset analysis of women 15 to 24 years old or in multivariate analyses.

September 9, 2019
JIAS