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Study of sexually transmitted infections among urban men in Pakistan
|Statement||Ali M. Mir ... [et al]; commissioned by National AIDS Control Programme ; conducted by Population Council.|
|Contributions||Mir, Ali M., Population Council (Pakistan), National AIDS Control Programme (Pakistan)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||2009355298|
The main objectives of the study were: (1) to estimate the prevalence of five commonly occurring STIs, including HIV, in six major cities of the country; (2) to measure urban men's sexual behaviours and assess current levels of knowledge regarding sexually transmitted infections (including HIV); and (3) to examine common misconceptions and. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS AMONG YOUNG AMERICANS. Gonorrhea Insu˜cient Screening. Many young women don't receive the chlamydia screening CDC recommends. Con˚dentiality Concerns. Many are reluctant to disclose risk behaviors to doctors. Young people account for a substantial proportion of new STIs Youth bear disproportionate share of STIs Consequences are particularly severe for young women Many do not know they’re infected File Size: KB.
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Sexually Transmitted Infections in Vulnerable Groups •“% of men with a history of consensual sex Dunkle KL, et al. Prevalence of Consensual Male-Male Sex and Sexual Violence and Associatons with HIV in South Africa: A Population-Based Cross Sectional Study. PLoS Med 10(6): e Pakistan General Health Risks: Sexually Transmitted Infections Description. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), also known as Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), are caused by bacteria, viruses or parasites that are transmitted through unprotected sex (vaginal, anal, or .
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To measure the prevalence of selected sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among urban men in Pakistan and identify associated factors. A cross-sectional survey of urban men aged Mir AM, Reichenbach L, Wajid A, Khan M.
Study of Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Urban Men in Pakistan: Identifying the Bridging Population. Islamabad: Population Council; Seed J, Allen S, Mertens T, Hudes E, Serufilira A, Carael M. Male circumcision, sexually transmitted disease, and risk of by: 4.
Not all sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are reproductive tract infections, nor are all reproductive tract infections sexually transmitted. The ‘ST’ in ‘STI’ denotes the manner of transmission of infection, while reproductive tract infection refers to the site of infection.
Objectives: To measure the prevalence of selected sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among urban men in Pakistan and identify associated factors.
Methods: A cross-sectional survey of urban men aged 16–45 years was carried out in six cities of Pakistan. Respondents were selected through a multistage systematic sampling by: In a pioneering study undertaken in Pakistan, urban men's sexual behaviors, perceptions and knowledge regarding sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS were determined by employing both.
HIV and other sexually transmitted infections among men, transgenders and women selling sex in two cities in Pakistan: a cross-sectional prevalence survey S Hawkes, 1 M Collumbien, L Platt,1 N Lalji, 1 N Rizvi, A Andreasen, J Chow, 2 R Muzaffar, 3 H ur-Rehman, 4 N Siddiqui, 5 S Hasan, 6.
Objectives: To assess sexual risk behaviour and prevalence of treatable sexually transmitted infections (STI) in migrant male workers in Lahore, Pakistan.
Methods: Behavioural interviews were conducted on a representative sample of migrant men aged 20–49 years. Biological samples were collected from a subsample of and tested for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, and by: SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES (STDs) REPRESENT a major health problem worldwide causing significant morbidity and mortality both in men and women in the developing and developed countries alike.
1–3 An important feature of the epidemiology of STDs is their high prevalence among adolescents and young adults. 4,5 Serious consequences of STDs among females include pelvic. CHAPTER 5 Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexual intercourse is the main route of transmis sion of a wide range of infections, and a signifi cant route for many others.
Sexually transmitted infections caused by bacterial, fungal and protozoal agents have been. Sexually transmitted infections and associated factors i et al Iran J Health Sci ; 5(1): 3 Though the number of studies related to sexual health has been promising in Iran, there is still limitation with such research.
The limitation is that discussing such like topics related to sex isFile Size: KB. "Community-based study of reproductive tract infections, including sexually transmitted infections, among the rural population of Punjab, India". Indian J Community Med. ; Cited by: 9. In Pakistan, sexual practices outside marriage are proscribed by law.
We aimed to assess the range and magnitude of non-marital sexual behaviours of urban men, focusing on men having sex with men. In this cross sectional survey undertaken in six cities of Pakistan, we interviewed men aged 16–45 years selected through a multistage systematic sampling by: 4.
Globally, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) remain a major public health problem. University students tend to practices sex which predisposes them to sexually transmitted infections, unwanted pregnancies, and unsafe abortions due to their freedom from families.
Therefore, the study aimed to assess the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections and associated factors among Author: Belayneh Ayanaw Kassie, Hedja Yenus, Resom Berhe, Eskeziaw Abebe Kassahun.
In a pioneering study undertaken in Pakistan, urban men’s sexual behaviors, perceptions and knowledge regarding sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS were determined by employing both qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Focus group discussions were carried out initially and followed by a structured cross sectional. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): In a pioneering study undertaken in Pakistan, urban men’s sexual behaviors, perceptions and knowledge regarding sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS were determined by employing both qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Focus group discussions were carried out initially and followed by a. Same-sex partners among young men 11 Sexual coercion and violence 11 Condom use 12 STIs among adolescents: epidemiological evidence 13 Chlamydia infections and gonorrhoea among adolescent girls 13 Chlamydia and gonorrhoea among adolescent boys 14 Other sexually transmitted infections 15 Chapter 4.
Barriers to effective STI care for. OBJECTIVE: To examine the socio-demographic factors, associated with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among Pakistani S: Bivariate and binary logistic regression analysis carried outby using the Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (PDHS) datasetconducted by National Institute of Population Studies,S Author: Jamal Abdul Nasir, Muhammad Imran, Syed Arif Ahmed Zaidi.
Knowledge about Sexually Transmitted Infections among Young Pakistani Men W. Qidwai (Family Medicine Division, Department of Community Health Sciences, The Aga Khan University, Karachi.). Introduction Prevalence of Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) infection is still believed to be low in by: 1.
Clinico-epidemiological study of sexually transmitted infections in a tertiary centre at Aligarh Introduction Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are a group of communicable diseases that are transmitted mainly by sexual contact.
STIs are a global problem of great magnitude.1,2 Approximately 5% of the Indian population. communities abhor inter-Hijra sexual relations and sex with women is considered rare (Abbas, personal communication), implying limited concordant relationships and sexual networks.
A previous study had found some syphilis and risk behaviours but no HIV among Hijras.4No study has looked at other STIs among this group in Pakistan. Key Words: Sexually Transmitted Infections, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, Chlamydial Infections, Pakistan. INTRODUCTION.
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have been recognized as a major public health problem for a number of years 1. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are among the most common causes of illness in the world and have far.In a pioneering study undertaken in Pakistan, urban men's sexual behaviors, perceptions and knowledge regarding sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS were determined by employing both qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Focus group discussions were carried out initially and followed by a structured cross sectional survey that interviewed men in six : Ali Mohammad Mir, Laura Reichenbach, Abdul Wajid.Most sexually active people will be infected with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) at some point in their lives, 1,2 yet many are unaware of the high prevalence and incidence of STIs in the United States and their associated health consequences and financial costs.
3 Weinstock et al. 4 previously estimated the number of STIs in calendar year in the United States.