Saliva use as a lubricant for anal sex is a risk factor for rectal gonorrhoea among men who have sex with men, a new public health message: a cross-sectional survey
Sexually transmitted infections | 5 Mar 2016
EP Chow, VJ Cornelisse, TR Read, D Lee, S Walker, JS Hocking, MY Chen, CS Bradshaw and CK Fairley
Apart from penile-anal intercourse, other anal sexual practices (rimming, fingering and saliva use as a lubricant for anal sex) are common among men who have sex with men (MSM). The aim of this study is to evaluate whether these anal sexual practices are risk factors for rectal gonorrhoea in MSM.
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