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Table 4 Condom use at last sexual intercourse by sex, according to the type of partner and among participants who reported intercourse in the last 12 months, COSEMIL survey and FECOND survey

From: Sexual health in the French military: a multidimensional and gendered perspective

  COSEMIL 18–57 COSEMIL 18–49 FECOND 18–49
Men Womena Men Womena Men Womena
n = 1199 n = 191 n = 1153 n = 187 n = 2591 n = 4097
Casual partner at last sex
  12.8% 13.3% 11.5% 10.6% 9.3% 4.4%
[10.6–15.3] [9.4–18.5] [9.4–14.4] [7.9–14.0] [8.3–10.5] [3.8–5.1]
Condom use at last sex as a function of type of partner
 Condom used 18.9% 20.3% 15.5% 19.3% 29.1% 18.5%
[17.6–20.2] [14.1–28.4] [13.7–17.4] [12.5–28.7] [27.2–31.0] [17.2–19.8]
 No condom used with regular partner 77.1% 72.4% 80.2% 74.4% 69.5% 80.3%
[75.5–78.6] [65.2–78.6] [77.5–82.6] [66.8–80.8] [67.5–71.3] [79.0–81.6]
 No condom used with casual partner 4.1% 7.3% 4.4% 6.3% 1.5% 1.2%
[3.2–5.17] [5.0–10.4] [2.9–6.5] [4.0–9.6] [1.1–2.0] [0.9–1.6]
 Unmet need for contraception 1.5% 2.4% 1.7% 4.8% 2.2% 2.4%
[0.7–2.9] [1.2–4.6] [0.9–3.4] [1.3–15.9] [1.7–2.9] [2.0–3.0]
  1. a women who had sexual intercourse with another woman at last sexual intercourse were not included in this analysis