A study of births in women exposed to dolutegravir around the time of conception has confirmed that infants exposed to dolutegravir do not have an increased risk of neural tube defects.
The study authors say that their study suggests that in a setting where food is supplemented with folic acid, infants exposed to dolutegravir around the time of conception of in early pregnancy do not show an increased risk of neural tube defects such as spina bifida.
But the study did find a slightly increased risk of pregnancy loss in all women with HIV who were taking antiretroviral treatment around the time of conception.
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Source : Aidsmap
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