Correlates of Serodiscordant Condomless Anal Intercourse Among Virologically Detectable HIV-Positive Young Men Who Have Sex with Men

Academic Article

Abstract

  • © 2018, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature. Sexual transmission risk occurs in the context of serodiscordant condomless anal intercourse (CAI) where the seropositive partner is virologically detectable (VL+) and/or seronegative partner is not on PrEP. We analyzed correlates of serodiscordant CAI among 688 VL+ young men who have sex with men (YMSM). In multivariable analyses, serodiscordant CAI was associated with a receiving a HIV diagnosis in the past 6 months, greater depressive symptoms, and cocaine use during the past 90 days. Although HIV+ YMSM currently experience disparities across the continuum of care, those new to care may need support adopting risk reduction strategies with their sexual partners.
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    Published In

  • AIDS and Behavior  Journal
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    Pubmed Id

  • 22152521
  • Author List

  • Bruce D; Bauermeister JA; Kahana SY; Mendoza E; Fernández MI; Wilson C; Partlow C; Korelitz J; Driver B; Emmanuel
  • Start Page

  • 3535
  • End Page

  • 3539
  • Volume

  • 22
  • Issue

  • 11