Monday, August 30, 2010

talking about sex!!!

1. Sources of Information on Sexual and Reproductive Health

Source Questions
Important sources Most important source about puberty 2.1
Second most important source about puberty 2.1
Most important source about reproductive systems 2.3
Second most important source about reproductive systems 2.3
Most important source about relationships 2.5
Second most important source about relationships 2.5

Preferred sources Preferred source about puberty 2.2
Preferred source about reproductive systems 2.4
Preferred source about relationships 2.6

Parents Frequency of discussing sex with father 1.27
Frequency of discussing sex with mother 1.31

School Exposure to sex-education in school 2.7
Opinion on amount of sex-education in school 2.8

Health facilities/staff Saw posters on contraception at last visit to health facility 11.5
Received brochures on contraception at last visit to health facility 11.6
Attended talk on contraception at last visit to health facility 11.7
Doctor/nurse talked about contraception at last visit to health facility 11.9
Doctor/nurse talked about STIs at last visit to health facility 11.9
Doctor/nurse talked about pregnancy at last visit to health facility 11.9


2. Sexual and Reproductive Health Knowledge

Source
Reproductive physiology Belief that a woman can get pregnant at first intercourse 2.9
Belief that a woman stops growing after first intercourse 2.10
Belief that masturbation is a serious health threat 2.11
Belief that pregnancy is most likely to occur in mid-cycle 2.12

Contraception Spontaneous/prompted awareness of pill and supply source 7.2
Spontaneous/prompted awareness of injection and supply source 7.3
Spontaneous/prompted awareness of condom and supply source 7.4
Spontaneous/prompted awareness of emergency contraceptive pills and supply source 7.5
Spontaneous/prompted awareness of withdrawal 7.6
Spontaneous/prompted awareness of periodic abstinence 7.7
Spontaneous knowledge of IUD, Implant, jelly/foam, sterilisation 7.8
View on most suitable method for young people 7.9
Agree that condoms effectively protect against pregnancy 9.6

HIV/STDs Awareness of HIV/AIDS 8.1
Belief that it is possible to cure AIDS 8.2
Belief that HIV-infected person always looks unhealthy 8.3
Belief that condoms reduce risk of HIV infection 8.4, 9.10
Awareness of STIs 8.5
Knowledge of symptoms of STIs in men 8.6
Knowledge of symptoms of STIs in women 8.7
Knowledge of sources of treatment of STIs 8.7

Condoms Ever seen a condom 9.5
Agree that condoms effectively protect against pregnancy 9.6
Agree that condoms effectively protect against HIV 9.10
Agree that condoms can disappear inside a woman's body 9.16
Agree that condoms effectively protect against STIs 9.18
Agree that condoms can be used more than once 9.7


3. Sexual Conduct

Source
General Heterosexual Ever experienced sexual intercourse 4.12, 4.13
Age at first intercourse 5.2 OR 3.25
Life-time number of sexual partners 4.14
Number of coercive sex partners 4.1, 4.2
Number of casual sex partners 4.6, 4.7
Number of commercial sex partners 4.9, 4.10
Recency of last intercourse 4.15
Sexual intercourse with current boy/girl friend 3.20

Characteristics of First Sex partner/Partnership Nature of relationship
IF BOY/GIRL FRIEND: 5.4
Age of partner 5.5 or 3.4
Marital status of partner 5.6 or 3.5
School/employment status of partner 5.7 or 3.6
When relationship started 5.8 or 3.7
Duration of relationship 5.9/5.10 or 3.8/3.9
Whether relationship has ended 5.9 or 3.8
Who ended the relationship 5.11 or 3.10
Whether there were concurrent relationships 5.12 or 3.11
Respondent's classification of relationship 5.13 or 3.12
Partner's perceived classification of relationship 5.14 or 3.13

Characteristics of First Intercourse Respondent's age at that time 5.2 or 3.25
Nature of coercion, if any 5.15 or 3.22
Whether planned 5.16 or 3.23
Whether regretted afterwards 5.17 or 3.26
Contraceptive method used 5.18/19 or 3.27/28
Whether contraception was discussed before or after 5.20 or 3.29

Subsequent sexual conduct and outcomes with first partner Number of coital acts 5.21 or 3.30
Regularity of contraceptive used 5.22 or 3.31
Usual method use 5.23 or3.32
Source of method 5.24 or 3.33
Who took contraceptive decisions 5.25 or 3.34
Whether pregnancy occurred 5.26 or 3.35
Outcome of pregnancy 5.27 or 3.36
Respondent's concern about HIV 5.28 or 3.37
Preventive steps taken against HIV 5.29/30 or 3.38/9

Homosexual Experiences Ever sexually attracted 6.1
Ever had sexual contact 6.2
Masturbation 6.3, 6.4
Sexual orientation 6.10
MALES ONLY:
Number of penetrative partners 6.6, 6.7
Number of receptive partners 6.8, 6.9

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