Too many people may consider themselves at low risk of sexually transmitted infections simply because they trust their partner, a new study suggests.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
The questionnaire asked patients whether they would be "pretty sure" that a sex partner was "safe" in various situations - such as when they knew the person well, knew his or her friends, or simply felt they could trust the person.
SOURCE: Sexually Transmitted Diseases, June 2008.
Sexually Transmitted Infections