Prevalence, motivations, and adverse effects of vaginal practices in Africa and Asia: Findings from a multicountry household survey
Hull, Terence; Martin Hilber, Adriane; Chersich, Matthew; Bagnol, Brigitte; Prohmmo, Aree; Smit, Jennifer; Widyantoro, Ninuk; Utomo, Iwu; François, Isabelle; Mbona Tumwesigye, Nazarius; Temmerman, Marleen
Background: Women worldwide use various vaginal practices to clean or modify their vulva and vagina. Additional population-level information is needed on prevalence and motivations for these practices, characteristics of users, and their adverse effects.
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