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Summary: Seventy-five homosexual men with recently acquired HIV were interviewed about their risk behaviour. Fifty-nine reported unprotected anal intercourse, and one shared injecting equipment, with a partner not known to be HIV negative. Of the remaining 15, 11 reported protected anal intercourse.
Participants who completed HIV testing and oral sex questions at enrollment were selected. Oropharyngeal swab testing for Neisseria gonorrhoeae NG and Chlamydia trachomatis CT began in and for those with diagnostic results at enrollment, the unadjusted association of oral sex practices with oropharyngeal STIs was conducted. Factors associated with increased odds of engaging in oral sex included living with HIV adjusted [a]OR: 1. In the absence of screening and treatment guidelines, condoms continue to be the mainstay for oral STI prevention.