Do people really know their sex partners? Concurrency, knowledge of partner behavior, and sexually transmitted infections within partnerships.

@article{Drumright2004DoPR,
  title={Do people really know their sex partners? Concurrency, knowledge of partner behavior, and sexually transmitted infections within partnerships.},
  author={Lydia Nicole Drumright and Pamina M. Gorbach and King K. Holmes},
  journal={Sexually transmitted diseases},
  year={2004},
  volume={31 7},
  pages={
          437-42
        }
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE An individual's risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) has been associated empirically with the individual having concurrent sexual partners (individual's concurrency) and, theoretically, with the individual's partner having concurrent partners (partner's concurrency). GOALS The goals of this study were to assess the relationship of STI to individual's concurrency, the partner's concurrency, and awareness of the partner's concurrency. STUDY DESIGN We… CONTINUE READING
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