Sexual health care: Men who are bisexual are at risk for sexual health. Due to personal and social reasons, bisexual men are prone to contracting sexually transmitted diseases and other health issues.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States studied the personal behavior, interpersonal norms, and social relationships of bisexual men, and studied relevant improvement measures. The research paper was published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine on June 23rd. The report shows that approximately 2% of sexually active men are bisexual.
Although only a small part of the total population, bisexual men are at a higher risk of sexually transmitted diseases such as AIDS. Research shows that the HIV infection rate of bisexual men is lower than that of gay men, but still higher than that of heterosexuality men. In addition, compared with gay men, bisexual men are reluctant to conduct HIV infection tests.
It is reported that 21% of bisexual men have received STD treatment in the past year, and the indicators of homosexuality and heterosexuality are 12% and 2.3%. Do you really know about bisexuality? The author of the study, William Jeffries, pointed out that, from a personal perspective, not using condoms, engaging in premature sexual activity, and forced contact may affect the sexual health of bisexual men. Bisexual men have many sexual partners. The method of using sex toys, the more dangerous posture, the frequency of exchanging sexual partners, and the attitude towards pregnancy are different from those of men of the same sex or heterosexuality, so the probability of HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases will increase.