Urine-based pregnancy testing to detect human chorionic gonadotropin will be conducted every 3 months. If a participant becomes pregnant while enrolled in the study, they will be provided referral letters for prenatal support and care, and counselled on taking PrEP while pregnant, and will be allowed to decide whether they want to continue PrEP. Participants who continue taking PrEP will be monitored by the study clinician and nurses, with pregnancy milestone and birth outcomes recorded and monitored.

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