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ED Drugs Don't Change Risky Sexual Behaviors in HIV-Infected Men, Study Finds

Researchers report few changes in risky sexual behaviors among men with HIV who take medication for erectile dysfunction (ED).

In a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study, the research team studied rates of testing and diagnosis for three sexually-transmitted infections (STIs) - chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis - in a group of 2,924 HIV-infected men in the southeastern United States. 

They found that screening rates for chlamydia and gonorrhea were low, but syphilis testing was steadier. Few sexually-active men used condoms consistently. Sex after drug or alcohol use was fairly common. 

See more details on the study here. 

In the Forum...

This week in the ISSM Member Forum, colleagues began a lively discussion about the use of aromatase inhibitors during testosterone replacement therapy. Would you like to add your expertise?

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