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Patterns of condom use and sexual behavior among never-married women.

Abstract Use of condoms is one of the main methods sexually active persons may choose to prevent infection with sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Little is known about patterns of condom use among women in the United States. We provide a conceptualization of patterns of condom use and factors associated with these patterns.
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Sexual Behavior

Keywords

Blacks--women

Condom

Contraceptive Usage--determinants

Data Analysis

Educational Status--women

Family Planning Surveys

Hispanics--women

Hiv Infections--prevention and control

Multiple Partners

Never Married--women

Population At Risk--women

Retrospective Studies

Sex Behavior

Sexually Transmitted Diseases--prevention and control

Whites--women

Americas

Barrier Methods

Behavior

Contraception

Contraceptive Methods

Cultural Background

Demographic Factors

Developed Countries

Diseases

Economic Factors

Ethnic Groups

Family Planning

Infections

Marital Status

North America

Northern America

Nuptiality

Population

Population Characteristics

Reproductive Tract Infections

Research Methodology

Sexual Partners

Socioeconomic Factors

Socioeconomic Status

Studies

United States

Viral Diseases

Journal Title sexually transmitted diseases
Publication Year Start
%A Potter, L. B.; Anderson, J. E.
%T Patterns of condom use and sexual behavior among never-married women.
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%B Use of condoms is one of the main methods sexually active persons may choose to prevent infection with sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Little is known about patterns of condom use among women in the United States. We provide a conceptualization of patterns of condom use and factors associated with these patterns.
%K Adolescent, Adult, Condoms, Continental Population Groups, Educational Status, Female, HIV Infections, Humans, Male, Marital Status, Multivariate Analysis, Regression Analysis, Sexual Behavior, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Social Class
%P 201
%L 208
%W PHY
%G AUTHOR
%R 1993.......20..201P

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AU Potter, LB
   Anderson, JE
TI Patterns of condom use and sexual behavior among never-married women.
SO Sexually transmitted diseases
JI Sex Transm Dis
PD Jul/Aug
PY 1993
BP 201
EP 208
VL 20
IS 4
LA eng
DE Adolescent; Adult; Condoms; Continental Population Groups; Educational Status; Female; HIV Infections; Humans; Male; Marital Status; Multivariate Analysis; Regression Analysis; Sexual Behavior; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Social Class
AB Use of condoms is one of the main methods sexually active persons may choose to prevent infection with sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Little is known about patterns of condom use among women in the United States. We provide a conceptualization of patterns of condom use and factors associated with these patterns.
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AB  - BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Use of condoms is one of the main methods sexually
      active persons may choose to prevent infection with sexually transmitted diseases
      (STDs) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Little is known about patterns of 
      condom use among women in the United States. We provide a conceptualization of
      patterns of condom use and factors associated with these patterns. GOAL OF THIS
      STUDY: To examine patterns of condom use and associated characteristics among
      sexually active, never-married women in the United States. STUDY DESIGN: Analysis
      of data from the 1988 National Survey of Family Growth, which is a nationally
      representative sample of women in their childbearing years. RESULTS: Only a
      minority of sexually active, never-married women report using condoms, and even
      fewer report using them consistently. Women with characteristics traditionally
      associated with increased risk of infection with STD and HIV appear to be less
      likely to report using condoms and to report using them consistently. Women who
      report use of condoms to prevent STDs are more likely to report consistent condom
      use; less likely to cease using condoms; and more likely to initiate consistent
      condom use. CONCLUSION: Findings suggest the need for innovative programming
      targeted for specific sexually active populations to promote both initiation and 
      maintenance of use of condoms.
FAU - Potter, L B
AU  - Potter LB
AD  - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of STD/HIV Prevention,
      Atlanta, Georgia 30333.
FAU - Anderson, J E
AU  - Anderson JE
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MH  - Female
MH  - HIV Infections/prevention & control
MH  - Humans
MH  - Male
MH  - Marital Status
MH  - Multivariate Analysis
MH  - Regression Analysis
MH  - *Sexual Behavior/ethnology
MH  - Sexually Transmitted Diseases/prevention & control
MH  - Social Class
OID - PIP: 084305
OID - POP: 00225800
OAB - PIP: The US Centers for Disease Control's Division of STD/HIV Prevention analyzed
      1988 data on 1887 sexually active, never-married women living throughout the US
      to learn their condom use patterns and associated characteristics of these
      patterns. More than 75% of these women had had more than 2 lifetime sexual
      partners, but only 41.2% (777) of all women reported having used condoms within
      at least 1 month during the previous 4 years and just 31.6% (245) of these women 
      used them consistently (i.e., 13% of all women). 44.5% of women who used condoms 
      at some time during the previous 4 years had stopped using them. 26.2% of women
      who did not use condoms at the beginning of the 4-year reference period began to 
      use them consistently at another point of the period. The data did not allow the 
      researchers to determine whether the women used the condoms correctly or whether 
      they used them consistently during the course of each month, however. Black and
      Hispanic women, with lower levels of education and higher numbers of lifetime
      sexual partners, were most likely not to use condoms. Yet, these women were those
      at the highest risk of acquiring sexually transmitted disease (STDs) or HIV
      infection. The most consistent users were women at low risk of acquiring these
      disease: older White women with few lifetime sexual partners who used condoms to 
      prevent STDs and considered themselves at low risk of acquiring AIDS. Women who
      used condoms to prevents STDs were more likely to use condoms in the previous 4
      years, use them consistently, and initiate consistent condom use; they were also 
      less likely to cease using condoms. These findings stress the need for STD/HIV
      prevention efforts (raising awareness and effective ways to reduce the risk) to
      target young, minority women with many lifetime sexual partners, women who have
      not used condoms to prevent STDs, and women who consider themselves to be at risk
      for HIV infection.
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OTO - PIP
OT  - Americas
OT  - Barrier Methods
OT  - Behavior
OT  - *Blacks--women
OT  - *Condom
OT  - Contraception
OT  - Contraceptive Methods
OT  - *Contraceptive Usage--determinants
OT  - Cultural Background
OT  - *Data Analysis
OT  - Demographic Factors
OT  - Developed Countries
OT  - Diseases
OT  - Economic Factors
OT  - *Educational Status--women
OT  - Ethnic Groups
OT  - Family Planning
OT  - *Family Planning Surveys
OT  - *Hispanics--women
OT  - *Hiv Infections--prevention and control
OT  - Infections
OT  - Marital Status
OT  - *Multiple Partners
OT  - *Never Married--women
OT  - North America
OT  - Northern America
OT  - Nuptiality
OT  - Population
OT  - *Population At Risk--women
OT  - Population Characteristics
OT  - Reproductive Tract Infections
OT  - Research Methodology
OT  - *Retrospective Studies
OT  - *Sex Behavior
OT  - Sexual Partners
OT  - *Sexually Transmitted Diseases--prevention and control
OT  - Socioeconomic Factors
OT  - Socioeconomic Status
OT  - Studies
OT  - United States
OT  - Viral Diseases
OT  - *Whites--women
GN  - PIP: TJ: SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES.
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