Table 3

Women's reactions during the couple-oriented counseling monitored in the four study sites (2007-2008).

Women ....

Cameroon

(n = 23)

DR

(n = 27)

Georgia

India

(n = 30)


n

%

n

%

n

%

n

%


Had ever talked about contraception with their partner

18

78.3

19

70.4

--

--

12

40.0

Had ever talked about sex with their partner

23

100

17

63.0

--

--

16

53.3

Had ever talked about HIV/AIDS with their partner

18

78.3

25

92.6

--

--

14

46.6

Had ever used condoms with their partner

18

78.3

10

37.0

--

--

8

26.6

Wished to disclose to their partner (first asked)

13

56.5

22

81.5

--

--

--

--

Wished to disclose to their partner (at the end of COC)

23

100

27

100

--

--

27

90.0

Wished to suggest HIV counseling and testing to their partner (first asked)

13

56.5

20

74.1

--

--

--

--

Wished to suggest HIV counseling and testing to their partner (at the end of COC)

23

100

27

100

--

--

28

93.3

Wished to receive couple HIV counseling (first asked)

20

87.0

25

92.6

--

--

27

90.0

Wished to receive couple HIV counseling (at the end of COC)

21

91.3

25

92.6

--

--

--

--

Wished to suggest couple HIV counseling to their partner (at the end of COC)

23

100

26

96.3

--

--

29

96.6


Cameroon = Centre Mère-Enfant (Yaounde), DR = Los Mina Hospital (Santo Domingo), Georgia = Maternity Hospital N°5 (Tbilisi), India = Sane Guruji Hospital (Pune).

Sessions observed between June 2007 and January 2008.

COC couple-oriented HIV counseling.

-- = Missing data.

Orne-Gliemann et al. BMC Public Health 2010 10:197   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-10-197

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