2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1983-14472010000300007
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Abstract: This article is a systhematic literature review including the period from 1994 to 2009, whose objective was to discuss the aged woman's vulnerability in relation to Acquired Imunodeficiency Syndrome (Aids). The search for scientific texts was accomplished in the following databases: Biblioteca Virtual em Saúde, Scientific Eletronic Library Online (SciELO), Literatura Latino-Americana e do Caribe em Ciências da Saúde (LILACS) and Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System Online (MEDLINE). The descriptors… Show more

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“…This index reaches levels similar to other international surveys conducted by the WHO 22,23 . By contrast, the presence of syphilis has been observed both in old age as well as in both sexes in some studies 24,25 . The authors hypothesize that pharmaceutical innovations have prolonged the sexual life of individuals, causing an increase in promiscuity mainly in men 24,25 .…”
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“…This index reaches levels similar to other international surveys conducted by the WHO 22,23 . By contrast, the presence of syphilis has been observed both in old age as well as in both sexes in some studies 24,25 . The authors hypothesize that pharmaceutical innovations have prolonged the sexual life of individuals, causing an increase in promiscuity mainly in men 24,25 .…”
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“…Marriage is highlighted as a protective factor against disease. Love, loyalty, respect, trust, and complicity create a romantic vision and can lead to the abandonment of the use of condoms, believing they are protected 24,25 . It appears, therefore, that the use of condoms involves socio-cultural issues, which differ among genders, ages, and types of partnerships.…”
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“…Consistent condom use was more frequent in future partnerships 14 . The fact that women have sex without condom use by partners, can partly be explained by the intimacy and trust built over the years together, and even by ease acquired by the couple 12 .The use of the female condom provides autonomy and freedom of choice, whether or not women know their HIV status, its injury and the need to protect themselves are failing to use the female condom for failure to introject this practice in their behavior or by little or no information on STDs/ AIDS and little awareness of condom use 16,18 . Moreover, the condom as a contraceptive method arises, never as a barrier to disease and suggest the use of condoms, not for contraception, can lead to distrust her husband of being betrayed or feel discredited by his wife in their extramarital attitudes 22 .The negotiation with the partner about condom use is often difficult, and sometimes requires the claim that security is to prevent an unwanted pregnancy 13 .…”
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“…Women have less freedom in their sexual life and have less decision-making power about protected sex 18 . The man sends, manages behaviors, impose the needs 21 .…”
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