Sexual activity during menstruation among married women in Gorgan-Iran

A/Prof. Tayebe Ziaei

Having sexual relationship during menstruation is one of the sexual activities which is controversial from the point of view of couples, cultures, religious and specialist. In some cultures it is a normal relationship, and in others it is forbidden and wrong. Also there are some studies which suggest the possibility of infections such as HIV. In Islamic countries like Iran, there are no referable scientific statistics on this subject. Therefore, this study was done with the object of determining the views of married women in Gorgan.

 

Conflict of Interest: None disclosed
Financial Support/Funding: Personal
Recorded at 19th WAS World Congress for Sexual Health - Sexual Health & Rights: A Global Challenge Göteborg (Sweden) - June 21 – 25, 2009

Tayebe Ziaei
Tayebe  Ziaei
  more about this speaker
  other talks by the speaker
XShare
Click on a link above to share this page with your networking site.

Media     

TITLE SPEAKER DURATION
VideoSexual activity during menstruation among married women in Gorgan-IranTayebe Ziaei6'08"
icon pdf.gifSexual activity during menstruation among married women in Gorgan-IranTayebe Ziaei 
icon mp3.gifSexual activity during menstruation among married women in Gorgan-IranTayebe Ziaei 


Top of page

A/Prof. Tayebe Ziaei

MSc midwifery, Assistant Professor of Counseling and Reproductive Health Research Centre, Faculty member of Golestan University of Medical Sciences, Iran.

Co-authors: Elham Khoory, MSc, Golestan University of Medical Sciences, Iran; Fatemeh Ziaei, MA, Gorgan Department of Education, Iran.
Top of page
Subscribers
Login Here
Email
Password
Subscribe
Now
BENEFIT from
UNLIMITED ACCESS to our
GROWING VIDEO LIBRARY
 
 
 
$19.95 - Unlimited Access
 
 
 
$99.75 - Save 1 Month
 
 
 
$149.95 - Save 3 Months
WAS - World Association fro Sexual HealthSociety of Australian SexologiestsAustralian Centre for Sexual HealthashnAOFSCSEPI - Council of Sex Education and Parenthood (International)SASSM