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Table 1 Perceived family support for condom use of secondary school female students

From: Perceived family support regarding condom use and condom use among secondary school female students in Limbe urban city of Cameroon

Perceived family support for condom use Frequency Percentage
I feel myself free to discuss condom use with my parents or any adult member of the family (n = 180)   
Agree 91 50.5
Disagree 89 49.5
I feel free to discuss HIV/AIDS with my parents or guardians (n = 180)   
Agree 119 66.1
Disagree 61 33.9
Parents are supposed to talk sex with their children (n = 176)   
Agree 122 69.3
Disagree 54 30.7
It is culturally acceptable for parents to discuss sex with their children (n = 180)   
Agree 118 65.6
Disagree 62 34.4
My parent/guardians are knowledge about HIV/AIDS (n = 175)   
Agree 146 82.5
Disagree 29 17.5
My parents/guardians are knowledgeable about condom use (n = 173)   
Agree 143 81.7
Disagree 30 18.3
My parents/guardians support condom use (n = 173)   
Agree 114 65.9
Disagree 59 34.1