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Use and knowledge of condoms

De Ann Louise Morgan

Use and knowledge of condoms

by De Ann Louise Morgan

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Published by California State University in Long Beach .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gonorrhea.,
  • Sexually transmitted diseases -- Prevention.,
  • Condoms.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby De Ann Louise Morgan.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 50 leaves.
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22021501M

      Pope Francis was right about condoms and HIV The Catholic Church has always held that artificial contraception use is immoral. In a book interview that despite knowledge that one. Knowledge, according to the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary (), entails “understanding of or information about a subject which a person gets by experience or. study, and which is either in a person’s mind or known by people generally”. In this study knowledge refers to what respondents knew about the use of male condoms, HIV/.

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    The second hypothesis is after gaining knowledge and demonstration on the use of female condoms by female peer educators/students, participants would have more positive attitudes and intentions to use the female condom. Lastly, the final hypothesis is an individual’s body image will influence her condom use intentions and fc2 usage. Kinsey Institute’s Condom Use Research Team (KI-CURT) fills an important gap in safe-sex research by studying the reasons condoms can fail. Menstruation and Condom Use Survey KI-CURT and women's health app CLUE collaborated last fall to p people from countries on condom use and menstruation from a women's perspective.


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Use and knowledge of condoms by De Ann Louise Morgan Download PDF EPUB FB2

That young men demonstrated considerably better knowledge of correct use of condoms is partly due to the fact that the condom is a male method.

Determinants of knowledge of correct condom use. Table 3 presents, among adolescent men aged 15–19, the results of the ordered logistic regression of the likelihood of knowing how to use condoms Cited by:   Similar study was conducted in Rajshahi district of Bangladesh which showed that knowledge and use of contraception were low.

Condoms were only use in 17% of the cases (Moisur et al., ). Another study conducted in Pakistan, showed low knowledge regarding the appropriate use of condoms even among contraceptive users (Fikree et al., ).Cited by: 6.

The female condom (FC) is the only safe and effective female-initiated method that provides simultaneous protection against unintended pregnancy as well as sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV/AIDS. Knowledge of FC use among women and the perceptions and attitudes towards condom use can contribute to its uptake as an important public health strategy for HIV Cited by: 2.

This internationally contributed book will make an important contribution to knowledge about the production and use of condoms worldwide. It discusses their use in the prevention of sexually transmitted infections, including the need for social marketing to persuade populations worldwide of.

The purpose of this study is to determine the knowledge, attitude and practice of sexual health with regard to condom use and HIV/AIDS among adolescents attending secondary schools in Kisumu District. You can use lube with condoms.

It can reduce friction and increase sensation. You should use water- or silicone-based lube if you’re using a latex, polyurethane, or Author: Kimberly Holland. (shelved 1 time as condom-use-good) avg rating — 16, ratings — published the use of the female condoms.

To identify factors that influence accessibility of the female condoms. To identify the attitudes of the students towards female condoms use. Research Methodology The research strategy was essential in assisting to explore and discuss the Knowledge, perceptions and attitudes of studentsFile Size: KB.

infections (STIs), HIV & AIDS and unwanted pregnancy, its use has been, hitherto, low particularly in developing countries. The study sought to determine knowledge, attitudes and practices of female students concerning the female condom.

A descriptive research design was used with a File Size: KB. Condoms have proven effective when used correctly; however, few studies have examined the relationship between a student's previous sex education and his or her general condom knowledge and ability to use a condom correctly.

Educational systems in Texas provide a myriad of types of sexual education to their student populations. The objective of the present study was to compare the type of. Knowledge by population affected is also a potential predictor, as people's risk perception is reduced when they believe they understand the underlying risks (e.g., in socialmedia use; Garg & Camp.

Male condoms remain a key tool in preventing the spread of HIV and the female condom (FC) holds similar potential. Using data collected through a national cross-sectional population survey that was conducted inthis report investigated the national prevalence of FC knowledge and use by sexually active males and females (n = 7,) over the age of 15 years in South Africa, followed by a Cited by: Non-use of condoms was also associated with the perception that condoms reduce sexual pleasure, and the perception that partners will not approve of condom use (L.

Brown et al., ). Furthermore, perceived partner support of hormonal birth control methods at baseline is associated with hormonal contraceptive use 12 months later (Kenyon et.

The awareness, and use of condoms by students, raises another pertinent question of the source of condoms. In table 2, out of indicated awareness of condom use by students. students have no knowledge of where they would access condoms.

Table Source of condoms Source Frequency Percent Retail shop Medical facility 52 File Size: KB. Condom use, risk perception, and HIV knowledge: a comparison across sexes in Nigeria Judith Lammers,1 Sweder JG van Wijnbergen,2 Daan Willebrands3 1Academic Medical Center, 2Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Amsterdam, 3Atradius Credit Insurance, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Background: This paper analyzes how different types of Human immunodeficiency virus.

Lambskin (or sheepskin) condoms, the second most available type of condom, have tiny pores that may be large enough to allow viruses to pass through. Oil-based lubricants, like baby oil and Vaseline, are safe to use with latex condoms. False. Use only water-based lubricants, such as. Using two condoms at the same time-either two male condoms or a male and female condom- is not a good idea as the friction may result in one or both of the condoms tearing.

If you want to take extra precautions against pregnancy when having sex, and are concerned about the possibility of a condom breaking it is better to use another form of.

Knowledge, attitude and practice of condom use by women of an impoverished urban area Rev Esc Enferm USP ; 49(3) Table 1 – Association between sociodemographic and knowledge about male and female condoms - Joao Pessoa, PB, Brazil,   Female condoms don’t protect women during oral sex.

For that, you will need to use a dental dam, or a condom that is cut open. Don’t use a female condom and a male condom at the same time. It doesn’t provide twice the protection — in fact, it can cause breakage in either or both condoms%(87).

The use of condoms can bring major preventive and public health benefits, controlling the spread of sexually transmitted disease and avoiding unwanted pregnancy. This book explores these important implications from the healthy care worker’s point of view. Written by world renowned experts in sexually transmitted diseases and public healthy Author: Adrian Mindel.

CONDOM KNOWLEDGE. THOMAS DRIVE, SUITE A, PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL Phone Number: () use a condom every time you have sex. • DO. put on a condom before having sex. • DO. read the package and check the expiration date. • DO. make sure there are no tears or defects.

• DO. store condoms in a cool, dry place. • DO. use latex or polyurethane condoms. • DO. use water-based or silicone-based lubricant to prevent breakage File Size: KB.This book is little--only pages--and little--only the size of an address book.

I read it in a day; it's really well written in that it's easy to read, and interesting. A good portion of the book is devoted to HIV/AIDS prevention/transmition. In fact, it almost seems like it's more about HIV/AIDS than it is about condoms.4/5.