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Mothers and fathers should get their baby's consent before they change nappies, says sexologist.
Carson confessed that they wouldn't answer orally. "Sorry, but if a kid has a filthy diaper, their parent should switch it because it's part of the right care for your kid - not because their kid gave them permission," said one on Twitter.
Since then, Carson has reacted to the setback in her own public relations press, where she has written a long article in which she has defended her position. "Unfortunately, some folks have decided to mock me (oh no! Rosa Haare! Must be a lesbian!) and the idea of giving babies physical independence (shit in diapers hard in hard in hard in right?)," she posted on Facebook.
I never got my three months old baby to let me replace his diaper, so I didn't!
I' m an HIV-positive man, can I have a baby? Q and A
I' m an HIV-positive man, can I have a baby? I' m very interested to know if someone with a CD4 number of over 500 and an unverifiable burden of viruses can make a girl get pregnant without letting her be infected with the disease? Does it mean that your chances of having your own baby are a blind alley once you have HIV?
Is there another way to have your own baby without contaminating your wife or baby? Not being HIV-infected should not stop you from having a baby. Several serological pairs (one male being male and the other male being female) have had normal HIV-negative infants. Secondly, your questions were whether it is possible to have an HIV-negative baby without transferring HIV to your friend or baby.
First, you would have to resort to anti-retroviral therapy (ART) with an unverifiable virus burden. Sometimes a STI can raise the chances of HIV being passed on to your adverse mate. Third, the chances of conception are greatest when your friend is rooting out. If you and your friend determine that you are willing to have a baby, you should talk to your physician who will provide advice and support.
In January 2016, this response was revised by a published issue on 26 March 2012.