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Nazareth, UK, English, 2003 (108)

Not stated

18-75

13/37 approached London GP practices situated in areas of high, medium and low socio-economic deprivation participated. People who consented to take part completed questionnaire, by pen and paper or computer assisted interview; no significant differences in Jarman scores (which indicate socio-economic deprivation) between participating and nonparticipating practices; 71% of those who agreed to participate also agreed for scrutiny of their records; one quarter of the participants were non-white; 11% of the women were bi or homosexual

Pain in genitals during or after sexual intercourse

Modified brief sexual function questionnaire (v)

71

Y

1

3

31

1065

3

(2-4.1)

Kadri, Morocco, English, 2002 (109)

Not stated

20-80

Mean age of the sample (n=728) was 36.76+/-12.6 years, 29% had no education, 78% pursued no professional activity and 58% were married; 491/728 women satisfied the criteria "sexually active or having a regular sexual relationship"; 464 responded to this question

Genital pain associated with sexual intercourse (it may also occur before or after intercourse) often or always in the last 6 months

Questionnaire (v)

94.5

Y

2

3

35

464

7.5

(5.3-10.3)

Bhurt, Pakistan, English, 1999 (110)

6

37+/-12.3

Trained females conducted interviews using a pretested sindhi questionnaire in 8 villages of rural Jamshoro, Sindh. They were ever-married; 74% were illiterate; 83.6% were housewives; 7.5% were nulliparous and 15% had menstrual irregularities

Pain during intercourse during the 6 months prior to interview

Interview (v)

98

Y

2

3

36

738

4.9

(3.4-6.7)

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