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V Universidade Federal da Bahia. Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences. New Orleans, United States. Study conception and planning: Manuscript writing and review: Prostitute in Barreiras sample was young 25 to 39 yearssingle The majority worked in fixed locations bars, motels, hotels, Prostitute in Barreiras - The main reported barriers to testing were the perceptions that there was no risk of becoming infected Incentives for testing were the greater Prostitute in Kozhikode of testing sites Prevalence for HIV was similar to that Prostitute in Barreiras in other Brazilian cities in different regions of the country, Prostitute in Barreiras higher than the general female population.
Non-traditional venues not associated with the health system and availability of testing in health units during non-commercial hours are factors that encourage testing. Not considering oneself Prostitute in Barreiras be at risk, fear of being discriminated against and not knowing testing locations are barriers.
In many countries, especially in low- and middle-income countries, female sex workers FSW have higher levels of HIV infection than women of reproductive age who do not engage in sex work FNSW. A study carried out in 10 Brazilian capitals showed that the prevalence of HIV among FSW may be up to 15 times higher than in women in general 12. Behaviors such as injecting drug use, early sexual initiation, multiple sexual partnerships and inconsistent use of condoms lead to an increased risk of acquiring HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, such as syphilis and viral hepatitis.
Structural factors such as violation of rights and violence physical and sexual contribute to the increased risk of HIV and the vulnerability of FSW 24. The scenario of stigma, discrimination and Prostitute in Barreiras violence favors denial of sex work and amplifies vulnerabilities.
Social exclusion contributes to keeping FSW from health services. This increases the risks to which they are subjected in Prostitute in Barreiras practice of the profession, such as sexually transmitted infections, intersection of injecting drug use, sex with more HIV-positive partners, low and Prostitute in Barreiras use of the condom, among others 1—3,5,6. The combination of all these factors together with the limitation of financial accessibility, illiteracy, discrimination, social exclusion, and segregation make Prostitute in Barreiras a challenge to prevent and treat HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases among FSW 14.
Early diagnosis and treatment of Free sex chart girl online talking infection contribute to reducing the clinical progression of the disease and transmission of the virus to the partner s 78. Thus, HIV testing is strongly recommended for populations at frequent risk Prostitute in Barreiras acquiring the infection, including FSW, and is recommended to be performed Prostitute in Barreiras intervals of three to four months 5.
The findings will provide subsidies to health managers facing challenges to reduce HIV transmission rates among key populations in the country. RDS was proposed in the late s and is used to access hard-to-reach populations, including FSW because they have stigmatized and even illegal behavior in some countries 9 The formative research was carried out with researchers and leaders of the FSW movement to present the study, to negotiate participation, and to define the strategies for fieldwork, such as the selection of the seeds the first recruitersthe nature and size of reimbursement, and other procedures locations, working days, daily scheduleas well Prostitute in Barreiras refine inclusion criteria.
The sample was calculated using an HIV prevalence estimate of 6. The minimum sample size was women. Salganik 12 reviews design effects deff for RDS of 2—6. We used a deff of two to compensate for variance from simple Prostitute in Barreiras sampling introduced by the method.
Thus, the final sample consisted of women, including five seeds. Of the FSW recruited, six 1. Seeds were recruited purposively, taking into consideration the diversity of income, schooling, and sex work sites downtown and the coastal area. Each seed received three numbered Prostitute in Barreiras non-reproducible coupons to recruit FSW from their social networks. The procedure was repeated until the sample Prostitute in Barreiras was reached. Data collection was conducted in two public health facilities A: The interviews could be pre-scheduled by phone or spontaneously in the health unit.
The variables were examined for missing and extreme values as well as for logical consistency. All participants signed the informed consent form. Most worked in fixed locations such as bars, motels, hotels, baths, and saunas However, high percentages of FSW did not report that testing would increase their survival or quality of life They did not report that one purpose of HIV testing was to protect their sexual partners The HIV testing in the survey was high The estimated prevalence of HIV infection Prostitute in Barreiras this study 3.
Despite the recommendation for more frequent HIV testing among key populations 415Prostitute in Barreiras proportion of FSW that have been tested in the three months prior to the survey was low. Women in general, sex workers or not, associate HIV testing with prenatal care, rather than their exposure to risk 5 Prostitute in Barreiras, Despite this, the proportion of the interviewees who had already been tested in life in this study is higher than in the general population of Brazil 2 The FSW showed a high level of knowledge about the purpose and benefits of the test, but few recognized the need for routine testing, the potential health benefits of testing, and the need to protect their sexual partners.
Studies have reported an increase in FSW testing when self-perceived risks associated with sex work increase, such as denial of condoms by clients, forced sex due to lack of condoms, condom failure, use of psychoactive substances, among others 13618 - Lifestyle, socioeconomic Prostitute in Barreiras and access to health services and persuasive health education can influence the perception of individual risk and the adoption of safe sex practices with clients or non-clients 25 However, as reported elsewhere, unprotected sex with regular partners was more frequent than with Prostitute in Barreiras partners 5 The main reported incentives for HIV testing were the availability of testing at locations other than the public health facilities, or at off-hours, and to offer rapid testing.
As other studies have pointed out these factors are associated with a reduction in the time spent testing 142324 and awaiting results 1516 and reduction in the fear of being recognized by accessing an HIV-related health service. A significant proportion of FSW were unaware of the locations to test Nude women in Buzau free in the public health network, and this factor was identified as Prostitute in Barreiras barrier to testing 12 The high levels of testing during the implementation of Prostitute in Barreiras study allows us to speculate Prostitute in Barreiras ease of access is one of the factors that can increase HIV testing 214 However, access alone does not guarantee testing, since testing may be influenced by the perceived difficulty in coping with the diagnosis of infection 14 The fear of being discriminated against if the test is HIV-positive is also an important barrier to testing 125 Situations of stigma and social exclusion resulting from socioeconomic status, profession, race, among others, seem to contribute to distancing FSW from the health system, reducing the chance of access to early diagnosis for HIV 256 This study had difficulties accessing FSW in social networks with higher income or schooling.
The limitation may be associated Prostitute in Barreiras The possible impact in this study of the lower participation of this higher status FSW group means that our prevalence may be higher, Prostitute in Barreiras that these FSW are more selective in their clientele, can demand condom use and have broader access to health care. Structural conditions for access to HIV Prostitute in Barreiras availability of testing in non-health settings and out-of-hours services are important elements in encouraging FSW testing.
On the other hand, personal factors denial of risk, fear of being discriminated against and access to health services lack of knowledge of where to test may be barriers to HIV testing in this population.
Continued monitoring of HIV infection is imperative through behavioral surveillance, the development of research including rural areasand the design of new strategies to increase access to HIV testing. In addition, prevention actions involving civil society working with this public are fundamental. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Journal List Rev Prostitute in Barreiras Publica v.
Published online Jun Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. The authors declare no conflict of interest. Received Oct 5; Accepted May This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms Prostitute in Barreiras the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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