What is the added value of incorporating pleasure in sexual health interventions? A systematic review and meta-analysis

Abstract Despite billions of dollars invested into Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) efforts, the effect of incorporating sexual pleasure, a key driver of why people have sex, in sexual health interventions is currently unclear. We carried out a systematic review and meta-analysis following PRISMA guidelines across 7 databases for relevant articles published between […]

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What is the added value of incorporating pleasure in sexual health interventions? A systematic review and meta-analysis

This research article was authored by Mirela Zaneva, Anne Philpott, Arushi Singh, Gerda Larsson, and Lianne Gonsalves. It was originally published in PLOS ONE. Abstract Despite billions of dollars invested into Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) efforts, the effect of incorporating sexual pleasure, a key driver of why people have sex, in sexual […]

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A cross-sectional study on Family Planning factors during COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh

Prevalence and factors associated with family planning during COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh: A cross-sectional study The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted health systems worldwide, including Bangladesh, limiting access to family planning information (FP) and services. This study examined the socioeconomic, demographic, and other critical factors linked to the use of FP in the studied areas […]

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Obstetrical outcomes and maternal morbidities associated with COVID-19 in pregnant women in France: A national retrospective cohort study

This article was originally published by Plos Journal in November 2021.  Abstract To the best of our knowledge, no study has exhaustively evaluated the association between maternal morbidities and Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) during the first wave of the pandemic in pregnant women. We investigated, in natural conceptions and assisted reproductive technique (ART) pregnancies, whether […]

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