Arch Intern Med. We performed this study to assess whether women who identify themselves as lesbians have a history of sexual activities with men that have implications for receipt of preventive health screening. The sample included self-identified lesbians from all 50 US states. The outcomes we measured were respondents' number of lifetime male sexual partners and partners during the past year, their lifetime history of specific sexual activities eg, vaginal intercourse, anal intercourse , their lifetime condom use, and their lifetime history of sexually transmitted diseases. Exactly 5. ALTHOUGH THERE is strong consensus among primary care provider organizations that clinicians should obtain a sexual history from their patients, this aspect of a patient's medical history may not receive adequate attention because of reluctance on the part of the health care provider ie, physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant or the patient.
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Both health care professionals and the medical research establishment have historically ignored the so-called sexual minorities, including lesbians. Much of what was known was derived from anecdotal experience and volunteer surveys. As a basic principle, most health concerns of lesbians are no different from those of heterosexual women. However, there are unique factors in four areas. First, the sexual behaviors of the lesbian include all those available to the heterosexual woman except for penile—vaginal intercourse, and she needs to know if these behaviors place her at risk for disease. This question is most urgent regarding human immunodeficiency virus HIV transmission risk. Second, if she wants to become a parent, she will have a more difficult time accessing the usual options for achieving that goal. Third, while most research in lesbian health has focused on gynecologic issues, a broader area of research has begun to look at primary care issues among lesbians including risks for chronic illness, mental health issues, etc.
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Lesbian and bisexual girls may not be taking steps to protect themselves during sex with other females, a study finds. A focus group was made up of sexually and non-sexually active American teenage girls between 14 and 18 years of age. The study found the teens also didn't know what tools, such as dental dams, are available to them for protection.