Sex preparation and diaphragm acceptability in sex work in Nairobi, Kenya.

@article{Sharma2006SexPA,
  title={Sex preparation and diaphragm acceptability in sex work in Nairobi, Kenya.},
  author={Anjali S. Sharma and Elizabeth Ann Bukusi and Samuel Posner and Douglas Edmund Feldman and Elizabeth N. Ngugi and Craig R Cohen},
  journal={Sexual health},
  year={2006},
  volume={3 4},
  pages={261-8}
}
BACKGROUND Women in sex work stand to benefit if the contraceptive diaphragm alone or combined with a microbicide proves to be an effective barrier method against HIV and sexually transmissible infection (STI). Currently, contraceptive diaphragm users are advised to leave the diaphragm in situ without concomitant use of other intravaginal substances for at least 6 h after intercourse. METHODS We conducted in-depth interviews on sexual behaviour including post-coital intravaginal practices… CONTINUE READING

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