|Paida Mutopo, 20, from Rochdale, was informed she was HIV-positive when she was just 11. But despite her fear of passing on the potentially fatal disease, she gave birth to her son Kai five months ago but tests have confirmed he is free of the virus.|
Paid is a student who inherited HIV from her mother has spoken of her relief after giving birth to a healthy son. Paida Mutopo, 20, from Rochdale, was told she was HIV-positive when she was just 11 and feared she would never have children for fear of passing it on herself. But advances in treatment have mean the amount of the virus in her system is now undetectable - and she can lead a normal, healthy life. She was also able to take medication to reduce the risk of giving the virus to her children. Five months ago, she gave birth to her son Kai and was thrilled when tests confirmed he was free of HIV.
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