Sexually transmitted infections and HIV among travellers: a review.

@article{Richens2006SexuallyTI,
  title={Sexually transmitted infections and HIV among travellers: a review.},
  author={John Richens},
  journal={Travel medicine and infectious disease},
  year={2006},
  volume={4 3-4},
  pages={
          184-95
        }
}
Sexually transmitted infections are often acquired during travel. Infections are most often seen in young adults, travelling without a regular partner and among those who have higher numbers of partners while at home. Alcohol and recreational drug use may increase risk. The risks are highest from having unprotected sex with local partners in developing countries where the prevalence of infection can be many times higher than at home. The risks of acquiring HIV are highest in Africa, followed by… CONTINUE READING
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