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Table 2 Relationship between HIV serostatus disclosure and protected sex a

From: HIV serostatus disclosure is not associated with safer sexual behavior among HIV-positive men who have sex with men (MSM) and their partners at risk for infection in Bangkok, Thailand

  Disclosers N (%) Non-disclosers N (%) p OR (95% CI) Adjusted OR (95% CI)
Overall (N = 174) 41 (85.4) 104 (82.5) 0.65 1.23 (0.49, 3.12) 1.58 (0.47, 5.35)b
Subjects with HIV-positive partners (N = 32) 22 (77.3) 2 (20.0) 0.005 13.6 (2.15, 85.9) 13.0 (1.28, 125)c
Subjects with HIV-negative partners (N = 41) 10 (100) 30 (96.8) 0.76 __ d __d
Subjects with HIV-unknown partners (N = 91) 10 (90.0) 67 (83.8) 0.54 1.94 (0.23, 16.5) 1.74 (0.20, 18.2)e
  1. aIncludes insertive or receptive anal intercourse at the most recent sexual encounter.
  2. bAdjusted for age, alcohol and drug use at last sexual encounter, and years since HIV diagnosis.
  3. cAdjusted for partner type and alcohol and drug use at last sexual encounter.
  4. dNot calculated due to small number of subjects engaging in unprotected sex.
  5. eAdjusted for age and alcohol and drug use at last sexual encounter.