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Breastfeeding practices and attitudes relevant to the vertical transmission of HIV in rural South-west Uganda.
(Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2001)
Breastfeeding has been associated with a doubling of the risk of HIV transmission. In developed countries, it is recommended that HIV-positive women do not breastfeed, but this is not a feasible option in most of Africa. ...
Female control of sexuality: illusion or reality? Use of vaginal products in South west Uganda.
(Elsevier Science Ltd., 2001)
This paper reports on a trial of vaginal products that were distributed and used by 131 women and 21 men in south west Uganda. It focuses specifically upon the issue of female control in heterosexual relationships and ...
Attitudes to voluntary counselling and testing for HIV among pregnant women in rural South-west Uganda.
(Taylor and Francis, 2001)
This paper describes the results of a study exploring the attitudes of women attending maternity clinics to voluntary counselling and testing during pregnancy in rural areas in south-west Uganda. It was a qualitative study ...
Women's attitudes to condoms and female-controlled means of protection against HIV and STDs in South-Western Uganda.
(Taylor and Francis, 1999)
The consistent and correct use of the male condom makes it highly effective in both disease prevention and as a contraceptive method. However, it is also well recognized that its use is under men's control. Because of this ...