August 16, 2019
PrEPSuch an absolute necessity. I had a project to create an NGO (and I didn't want to be an 'ongueiro') (this was a great time to keep it straight to silence).
And they limit them where the risk is even greater and prevention is most needed.
To what extent do existing policies on age of consent for sexual reproductive health services (SSER) also affect access to PrEP?
I remember and argued almost twenty years ago to one of the evaluators of the Ashoka Social Entrepreneurs what teenage pregnancy, right to work and AIDS communicated intrinsically!
The old project can never be accomplished because I'm a stupid of course!
But during the heavy week I went through more evaluations in my life than in the rest of my life, I said:
Each catastrophic pregnancy, so as not to miss the “gag” of the day, I saw at least one possible exposure to HIV, a potential expulsion from home, and the evasion of guarantees offered in exchange for the “proof of love” was a step taken, side by side. side by side with the risk of contracting HIV
It's a fact, and I know, because I met a couple who went through this and there was a need for a "hasty wedding with" Stork emergency landing "!
The truth is that it is not just pregnancy and the risk ten times higher than a woman, because of "morphological contours", the "boy", actually another "child who makes child" exposed to HIV infection.
And that's a complicating factor, I'll show you something about the analytics results.
As stated above, there were no minors access to our blog. Here, for me as an editor this is bad and good! I don't like to be watched; but I don't have to worry about other factors, like under-age access, and in other reviews, I don't have, as far as I know, under-access access. And on the other hand, a sadness! If a person for this reason
He is not only mine! It's yours too, if you come here more than once a week.
This access, evaded by very sophisticated algorithms, prevents teenagers (children who can biologically make other children) to ignorance!
And do not come to me with this story that sex and sexuality are and should be matters to be dealt with at home because, the fool here, was advised to pass "chicken shit" on his penis, scrotum and groin would make my Pubic penises grow bigger, better and faster!
Well! I was there, 11 years old, chicken shit in hand, about to take the disastrous step when disgust, and nothing else, stopped me! Don't do it, it doesn't work! And I know it doesn't work because the ball was passed to me and a friend and obviously it would never work !!!
This is an example. Nonsense aside, I had mumps at 26 and was working when I felt a different pain and asked Dona Andrea to let me go home because I was not well.
Dona Maria Andrea G. has, or had, I don't know, many flaws, and one of them was to believe that “ila, ila ilariê pom! Pom! Pom! I was clue!
Our Parents' Sexuality Catches Us, Doesn't It?
But she went with her in her car to her doctor and he said
She took me home and,. Close to home and I played with her:
I'm going to "give an early today"!
She didn't even let me get out of the car and said!
You're really crazy !!!
Take a look at it ! If you do that, your life as a man ends today.
And explained to me what no one told me before!
This is not the only one but that. And see, who knows the problem of mumps knows, and very well, where I was going !!!
I had to learn, in sight, and sight, what syphilis is and also that the woman, most of the time, can not imagine that she has. Do you know what's boring?
Boring is pubic pediculosis, which probably few of you know by name.
Just look at yourself and your brother or sister and try to talk about your parents' sex life.
You and her, or you and him, or you and you will hang.
We all, in general, get crazy when it comes to talking about sex, even when we are making love, which in Rio and January says “Climb”, in Sampa says “have sex and, please bring me your typical lines , let's thicken the broth.
And see. I was with a girl, a woman, a first date, I wanted something, I don't like it very much and I led her according to my interests and she told me, after the "shag" or "Transa" told me that she thought, when driven to one, let's say it was… don't say anything, I also caught 😉:
"LOOK AT WHAT HE WANTS ME TO DO."
It was no big deal and she didn't even have the color of black and… putz… she had more hours of bed than flying vulture !!!…. How much pudicism in a girl .... !!!!! 😉
Whether you know, repeating me or not, she didn't, she did, did, did a lot, and did very well, well, well and with wide, wide and remarkable dexterity!
I was 20! You can try to judge me, don't you dare, because the “Reverse traumatized” will show you the context of this, male or female, you "gain something from the existence of these girls, in this suffering and I was also in my twenties" and Fabio had not, you can bet whatever you want on it, it had nothing to do thereby!
All this three-read-read is for you to understand that sex education and PrEP must be available to minors too!
Access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for young people at risk for HIV remains limited due to age-related consent laws and policies, reveals a global review.
Published in the journal of the International AIDS Society (JIAS), researchers have reviewed existing national laws and policies regarding access to SRH service that may also impact access to pre-exposure prophylaxis for young people under 25.
Young people, and particularly young people who are members of key affected populations such as sex workers, men who have sex with men, people who use drugs, are among the groups most at risk for HIV acquisition globally. This is the result of a convergence of various psychological, social and structural factors associated with this time in its development.
Most HIV prevention interventions for this group focus on changing behaviors, such as promoting condom use, or addressing structural drivers, as in social protection programs.
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Sexual and Reproductive Health and Adolescence: A “Those” Challenge!
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These have had varied success and are challenged by consent laws for SSR (Sexual and Reproductive Health) services.
The search for parental consent for these services has been identified as a big barrier within the reach of this group.
The World Health Organization recommends PrEP for all at-risk populations without any age limitation. But as many countries move towards regulatory approval of PrEP, insufficient consideration has been given to “underage” youth and how existing policies may restrict their independent access to PrEP.
The researchers reviewed a sample of 15 countries with low and high incidence of HIV. Western countries have been included to explore how countries with comparatively low incidence of HIV among adolescents but well-endowed health infrastructure can address PrEP access among adolescents.
The laws and policies they looked at included age of consent to sexual intercourse, medical treatment, contraceptives, and HIV testing. Countries could be included if they had preparatory or PrEP trials available for distribution, and if information on PrEP guidelines was publicly available.
In the end, they reviewed the policies of Australia, Brazil, Ethiopia, France, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda Ukraine and the United Kingdom.
Across geographies, the results for age of sexual consent varied, but about half (47%) prohibiting sex for less than 18 years in Indonesia, consent laws differed between the sexes. This highlights an obvious challenge for healthcare providers and young people who would like to discuss PrEP before turning 18.
Candidate and President Think Alike He didn't care, his problem!
PrEP and France! Let's play the Marseillaise again !!!
In addition, laws in seven (47%) countries did not specify an age of consent for medical treatment, or were unclear about age. France is the only country to explicitly include PrEP as part of medical treatment, but its law requires parental consent for medical treatment for persons under 18. In their discussion, the authors note that PrEP is still often considered a medical treatment, where it should now be considered as a biomedical intervention. This would give healthcare providers clarity on how they can discuss this tool with potential patients.
Only six (40%) countries have specific laws addressing adolescent consent and access to contraception, despite all countries, including documentation on their use for family planning and sexual reproductive health. Again, these varied, with Ukraine requiring the consent of a guardian for these services for those under 18 years. In Indonesia, contraceptive services are provided only to those who are married.
Parental Consent For PrEP. Imagine This In Brazil!
Although all countries had laws or guidelines on the age of consent for HIV testing - age limits ranged from 12 to 18 years. Of countries with age limits, five countries (42%) require people to have 18 years or more of consent for HIV testing, while four countries (33%) require those under 18 years to be unmarried. , pregnant or a parent to have parental consent for an HIV test.
Ten countries (66%) national PrEP guidelines to assist patient care providers. Of these, six countries (60%) include specifications for people under the age of 18. These specifications ranged from specific (can be provided to all those on 14), to vague (anyone at risk). But, as the authors noted in their discussion, healthcare providers may still not feel confident suggesting or providing PrEP to adolescents.
“Adolescent access to PrEP depends on a number of external factors, including parental consent and involvement, confidentiality, and access to health care providers who are knowledgeable and trained to prescribe PrEP,” the authors explained in their Discussion. .
"Even in countries where adolescents can independently agree to PrEP, providers may be reluctant to prescribe due to concerns about drug adherence, the ability to understand PrEP risks and benefits, and risk compensation."
Regardless of the challenges, PrEP offers a unique opportunity to contain new HIV infections in this group. Policy makers should work with young people to adequately address barriers to PrEP and other SRH services to improve health outcomes.
Translated by Claudio Souza from the original in Age-related policies and laws limit PrEP access where it's needed the most. Written by Written by Caitlin Mahon, using references in JIAS Between 23 and 25 August 2019 - I'm getting slower.