Steiner, M. J.; Hylton-Kong, T.; Figueroa, J. P.; Hobbs, M.; Behets, F.; Smikle, Monica ; Tweedy, K.; Powell, S.; McNeil, L.; Brathwaite, Alfred R.
Author Affiliation, Ana.
Department of Microbiology
Does a choice of iondom impact sexually tranmitted infections: A randomized controlled trial [Abstract]
West Indian Medical Journal
Date of Publication
54 Suppl. 2
Objective: To assess whether providing a choice of condoms to men presenting with urethral discharge would increase condom acceptability, self reported use and subsequent incident sexually transmitted infections (STI). Methods: We randomized 414 men at Jamaica's largest STI clinic to recerive either the 'standard' clinic condom or a choice of four different types of condoms. Men were treated presumptively at enrollment and followed-up at month one, two, four and six for STI testing (gonorrhoea, chlamydia and trichomoniasis) and resupplying of condoms.....