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The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences, version 20 was used in the statistical analysis. The variables associated with sexually transmitted infections in the logistic regression were: The number of partners, sexual violence, sex for money, and under the influence of alcohol or drugs are sexual risk behaviors that increase the prevalence of sexually transmitted infections among the female partners of inmates.
The increased prevalence, frequent occurrence and consequences of Sexually Transmitted Diseases STD among women reveal the need to address these issues from a gender perspective.
More than 20 types of diseases are transmitted through sexual contact and represent a severe public health problem given their consequences for health and social and economic repercussions 1 - 2. STD are contagious infections, the most frequent form of transmission is through sexual intercourse mainly through vaginal, oral or anal sex. They are caused by various infectious agents and cause a large range of symptoms and clinical manifestations, though, in most cases, these conditions may progress with few or no symptoms 2.
Currently, STD are a public health problem worldwide, imposing increasing socioeconomic costs, not only because of the high number of infected individuals but also because of their increased incidence in many countries, and more importantly, because of the consequences for sexual, reproductive and maternal-fetal health, and ease with which infections are acquired and transmitted.
It is, however, difficult to establish a single sexual risk behavior 3. Populations with a history of incarceration and their sexual partners are exposed to a high risk when compared to populations not exposed to incarceration. Behaviors such as having multiple partners, concomitant partners, and unprotected sex predispose and influence the risk of STD, however, vulnerability, social and economic instability and substance use, such as alcohol and drugs, also contribute to increased risk among women with imprisoned partners.