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Contact Admin. Little is known about sexually transmitted infections STIs among females who engage in illegal sexual behavior in Iran. So, this study was conducted to obtain knowledge about the prevalence and associated risk factors in this population. In a cross-sectional study, a total of women who had exchange of sex for money in previous 3 months according to self report were recruited during — by simple non probable sampling method in Isfahan, Iran.
A questionnaire on demographics and prostitution-associated risk data was collected as well. Chi-square and multivariate logistic regression models were used for data analysis. Of participants, the samples of 91 ones could be tested for STI markers nine samples were hemolysis or insufficient.
The overall prevalence of C. There was no case with syphilis or HIV infection. Multiple logistic regression analysis demonstrated that participants who reported temporarily marriage were less likely to be infected with C. The other risk factors for the tested STIs were not statistically significant in multiple logistic regressions. The results of our study indicated that seroprevalence and associated risk factors of HIV and other STIs among female with illegal social behaviors is not considerable in Isfahan, Iran.
Sexually transmitted infections STIs are among major causes of mortality in developing countries that occur most commonly in those with multiple sex partners. Some people carry the infection for long period and during this time; an infected individual can spread the disease. Complications of STIs include inflammation of pelvic and cervix in women, inflammation of urethra and prostate in men, and fertility and reproductive system problems in both sexes.
Also, infants may be infected in the womb or during birth with possible consequences include still birth, blindness, and permanent neurological damage. Womanhood and high number of sexual partners in addition of high rates of risk behavior accelerates sexually transmitted infections among female with illegal social activities. These women have also traditionally been considered as an important source of transmission of STIs to their sexual partners.