She is somewhat relieved that her baby can be protected, and wants to know what can be done to treat her. She feels fine, and would rather not take medications unless she has to. Some additional laboratory tests are ordered, with the following results: CD4 count: 756/mm3 HIV viral load: 50,000 copies/mL Hb: 11.2 g/dL BUN/Cr: 11 mg/dL/0.7 mg/dL What should you tell her about HAART in pregnancy? A) To minimize the risk of transmission to her child, she should start triple antiretroviral therapy as soon as possible. B) Antiretroviral medications are teratogenic and should be avoided at all costs during pregnancy, except just before delivery. C) Since her CD4 count is normal and she feels well with no sign of opportunistic infections, starting HAART is not indicated. D) Her renal function makes HAART relatively contraindicated. E) Her hemoglobin level makes HAART relatively contraindicated.