In India, Men's Sexual Behavior Puts Their Wives' Reproductive Health at Risk

Ball, H.
December 2006
International Family Planning Perspectives;Dec2006, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p214
Academic Journal
The article reports on a research study conducted in India in order to evaluate the effect of sexual behavior of man on the reproductive health of their wives. The research detected that bacterial vaginosis and candidiasis was common among women. Association between bacterial vaginosis and gender disadvantage was observed among women.


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