Sexually Transmitted Infection Risk Behaviors in Rural Thai Adolescents and Young Adults: Support for Sex- and Age-Specific Interventions

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Abstract

Sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevalence and risks in a sample of rural Thai adolescents and young adults (14–29 years) were examined. Unprotected sex with a casual partner conferred the greatest risk for prevalent STIs, particularly for younger adolescents, and alcohol use increased the STI risk for women but not for men.

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