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A Guide to taking a sexual history
  • Published Date:
    2005
Filetype[PDF-218.98 KB]


Details:
  • Corporate Authors:
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; Sexual Behavior ;
  • Description:
    Taking a sexual history -- The 5 "P"s -- 1. Partners -- 2. Practices -- 3. Protection from STDs -- 4. Past history of STDs -- 5. Prevention of pregnancy -- Completing the history

    "For a more complete picture of your patient's health, the following guide offers parameters for discussion of sexual health issues. A sexual history needs to be taken during a patient's initial visit, during routine preventive exams, and when you see signs of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). The dialogue lends itself to the opportunity for risk-reduction counseling and sharing information about behaviors that may place your patient at risk of contracting STDs. A sexual history allows you to identify those individuals at risk for syphilis and other STDs, including HIV, and to identify appropriate anatomical sites for certain STD tests."

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