During Prolonged Postnatal Abstinence, Risky Behavior Rises for Many African Men

Hollander, D.
March 2002
International Family Planning Perspectives;Mar2002, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p48
Academic Journal
Investigates causes of extramarital sex among husbands in West Africa. Postnatal abstinence as the main reason for the behavior; Traditional belief among wives after giving birth to a child; Persons living in urban areas likely to have the tendency compared to the rural areas.


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