Teens Need Regularly Make Medical Examination. Part 2 of 2

Teens Need Regularly Make Medical Examination – Part 2 of 2

The topic of sex was brought up at 65 percent of all visits, the bookwork showed. The investigators pointed out, however, that when these talks occurred, they were usually short conversations. On average, these talks lasted only 36 seconds. The researchers illustrious that Asian doctors spoke about sex with their teen patients less often than the other doctors involved in the study.

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The study also showed that most of these discussions involved female patients and black teens, as well as older teens. When employment visits were longer and explicitly confidential, however, the topic of sex was more likely to be discussed, the study authors pointed out in a university news release. “The findings suggest that physicians are missing opportunities to rear and counsel adolescent patients on healthy sexual behaviors and prevention of sexually transmitted infections and unplanned pregnancy,” Alexander’s team concluded in their report.

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