HIV Counselor PERSPECTIVES________Volume 1, Number 1, January 1991
Written and Produced by the University of California San Francisco AIDS Health Project for the California Department of Health Services, Office of AIDS
Sexual relapse is a term used to describe behavior by individuals who gave up high-risk practices, such as unsafe sex, at an earlier stage of HIV epidemic, but have since fallen back into their former practices. In some cases, individuals may vow to give up a practice but fail to keep their resolution. Unsafe sexual practices include uprotected receptive or insertive anal or vaginal intercourse, oral-anal contact and unprotected receptive or insertive oral sex.
The information included in this document was obtained from the 1991 January issue (Vol. 1, No. 1) issue of "HIV Counselor PERSPECTIVES." PERSPECTIVES is an educational publication of the California Department of Health Services, Office of AIDS, written and produced by the AIDS Health Project of the University of California San Francisco (John Tighe, writer and editor). Reprint permission is granted, provided acknowledgment is given to the Department of Health Services.
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