This may be explained by trust and misperception of risk of contracting STIs during sex with a regular partner or lack of discussion with the partner about condom use. In summary, the results of the present study indicate the main factors that should be considered when promoting condom use. Nine percent of men said for Serbia in Women sex of money lay at the root of their problem. Asked whether they discuss sexual problems, 23 percent said they had never addressed any sex-related problem in their relationship. For better public promotion of condom use, it is necessary to know the reasons for its inconsistent or incorrect use. In particular, men believe that condoms reduce sexual pleasure and they are less likely to use them in practice. Around 7, migrants live in Serbia, the UN's refugee agency says, with around 1, people, mainly Afghans, sheltering in abandoned warehouses in Belgrade. Several studies have shown that men experiencing condom-associated erection problems practiced unprotected vaginal intercourse significantly more frequently than men for Serbia in Women sex did not experience this problem 10, Sexual QOL among Serbian urban midlife women was good and did not differ between women who were sexually active and those who were not.