Constance Daruthayan

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BACKGROUND We investigated whether serotesting sexual partners of pregnant women for herpes simplex virus (HSV) improves adherence to safer-sex practices. METHODS A total of 287 HSV-2-seronegative pregnant women were recruited, and their partners were invited for HSV serologic testing. On the basis of test results, women were placed into 4 groups: those(More)
OBJECTIVES To estimate the acceptance of HSV testing partners of HSV seronegative pregnant women and identify associated factors. STUDY DESIGN Consecutive women identified as HSV-2 seronegative during routine testing in pregnancy were asked to invite their partners for HSV testing to identify serodiscordance. Logistic regression identified factors(More)
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