protected sex


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protected sex

(prə-tĕk′tĭd)
n.
Sexual intercourse in which a condom or other device is used to decrease the risk of pregnancy or transmitting disease.
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Additionally, Mary recounts that her decision was first to engage in protected sex and when this appeared unrealistic, to end the relationship despite its financial benefits.
Interviewees described misogynistic relationships in which their partners refused to have protected sex and decided when and how often intercourse would occur.
Judith Stonebridge, public health lead for sexual health at NHS North of Tyne, said: "If people are getting so drunk they can't remember what they did the night before, it's more than likely protected sex and condoms won't have been top of their priority list.
While disclosure of HIV status appeared to increase condom use, this did not always predict protected sex.
In a hundred years," writes Woolf, "women will have ceased to be the protected sex.
Mabior, the first judgment in Canada to criminalize nondisclosure in the context of protected sex.
A randomized, six month study explored whether skills training on how to use female condoms increased sustained use of the barrier method and resulted in more protected sex acts overall.
By matching reported episodes of unprotected sex with emergency contraception use, she and her associates determined that 65% of the entire cohort did not use emergency contraception after an episode of unprotected sex, and 7% engaged in "augmented use"--meaning they already were using another form of effective contraception and still took the emergency contraception pills after protected sex.
Chlamydia is preventable - by having protected sex - and treatable.
21) But protected sex throughout the menstrual cycle--even during nonfertile periods--is necessary to prevent HIV transmission to a partner.
This study examined HPV knowledge, attitudes toward protected sex, and sexual risk behaviors among rural female adolescents, through cross-sectional survey of a convenience sample (n = 159).
You can minimise the risk from STDs by having protected sex with condoms and getting yourself and your partner(s) tested.