Why multiple sex partners
The mental health consequences of having multiple sex partners were long thought to include greater rates of anxiety and depression. At the same time, high .
1 Aug Multiple sexual partnerships—particularly overlapping or concurrent partnerships —by both men and women lie at the root of the generalised.
Multiple sex partners (MSP) is the measure and incidence of engaging in sexual activities with two or more people within a specific time period. Sexual activity.
Description:The publisher's final edited version of this article is available at Arch Sex Behav See other articles in PMC that cite the published article. Abstract Changes in sexual behavior have resulted in longer periods of multiple serial or concurrent relationships. This study investigated the effects of multiple heterosexual partners on mental health, specifically, whether higher numbers of partners were linked to later anxiety, depression, and substance dependency. Data from the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study, a prospective, longitudinal study of a birth cohort born in — in Dunedin, New Zealand were used.