If relevant how does your current sexual behavior

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If relevant - How does your current sexual behavior differ with different sexual partners? 2.3 If relevant - Do you think there is anything special in your body that makes you HIV negative? Tell me more about that… Sub-topic 3: Risk reduction strategies 3.1 What are the things you and your partner(s) have done to reduce your risk of getting HIV through sex? Tell me more about this… (Probe, eg if couple is using condoms, how frequently; frequency of sex and changes since last visit ) . Please describe when have you found it difficult to do these things? If relevant - Is it different with different partners? 3.2 What have you done as an individual to reduce the risk of transmission ? Tell me more about that. Please describe how it has been different with different partners? 3.3 How about your partner(s) - tell me what your partner(s) has/have done to help reduce your risk of getting HIV. 3.4 What has worked well? Why? 3.5 What difficulties have you experienced in trying to reduce your risk of getting HIV infection? Anything else? (Probe and prompt as needed for specific issues like attitudes towards condom use, lack/poor couple communication on sexual issues, attitudes within the couple about each other, personal beliefs and attitudes about discordance, norms about sexual satisfaction-e.g. fatalism (already infected, helplessness over the control of HIV positive partner, etc) . 3.6 Tell me about your experiences using condoms with your partner; especially since last visit. a. If a couple is NOT using condoms, or not using them consistently : Why have you decided not to use condoms? What prevents you from using condoms? Any other reasons/problems? Positive partners guide 15 August 2019 2
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HAARP Study Interview Guide: Positive Partner of Non-seroconverting couples 11-Oct-13 If relevant - Please explain if it is different with different partners. b. (If couple is using condoms, ask about condom availability and use) Tell me about your experience using condoms with your partner. How do you get your condom supply? Do you ever have difficulty getting sufficient condoms? Do you and your partner(s) ever have disagreements about condom use? Tell me more. Tell me about any other problems about using condoms? ( Ask for individual, partner-specific, structural barriers) What strategies have you adopted to help you and your partner(s) use condoms regularly and well? Prompt , (if respondent has not mentioned any of the following risk reduction measures): 3.7 “You have not mentioned abstinence , let’s talk about it”. Do you and any of your partner(s) abstain from sex? Why or why not?
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  • Fall '19
  • partner, Sexual intercourse, Human sexual behavior, Condom

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