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  • TITLE: Risk Factors Affecting Condom Use among Royal Thai Army Conscripts in Thailand
  • AUTHORS: Phrutthinun Surit, Wutthichai Jariya, Ning Zheng, He Yi, Xiaojing Yu, Watcharee Srithong, Saisiri Mirasena
  • KEYWORDS: Conscript, Condom, AIDs, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Thailand
  • JOURNAL NAME: World Journal of AIDS DOI: 10.4236/wja.2017.72009 Jun 17, 2017
  • ABSTRACT: The study was conducted to explore factors associated with condom use of young Thai men conscripts. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted. Participants were 159 conscripts in second year who served in the Royal Thai Army by lottery method. Demographic data, sexual history including condom use, HIV and STDs and knowledge were collected using a self-administered questionnaire. Logistic regression was used to analyze the data. Results: Condom use at the last sex was 41.18% of the conscripts aged 20 - 27 years and secondary school education completed of 74.2%. 25.78% had experience with drugs used but injection was rare (6.9%). Age at the first sex was reported lowest at 11 years, 9.4% reported first sex with men and 21.38% were married. The participants have sexual history (last six months) with female only of 83.2%, male only of 4.1% and both of 14.6%. Among these only 12.6% reported every time of condom use and 19.5% never used condom. Older age, higher education, drinking alcohol, drugs use and higher knowledge were associated with condom use with statistical significance. Conclusions: Condom use among male Thai conscripts was low. Education and a condom use program are urgently needed to prevent future spread of HIV and STDs.