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Rekers H, Netherlands, English, 1992 (123)

Not stated

35-80

Study was conducted in the city of Zoetermeer with a population mix that reflects composition of Dutch population at large, in conjunction with the Bureau for Population Registration, a stratified sample was drawn from the city register; no consistent differences in the response rate by age, women living in residential homes for the elderly or who were receiving institutional care for other reasons were excluded

Dyspareunia undefined

Mailed questionnaire (nv)

67.7

Y

1

2

81

1299

6.2

(5.0-7.7)

Bang RA, India, English, 1989 (124)

Not stated

Mean 32.1

Survey conducted in Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra, India in two villages; all females over age 13 years were invited to participate; 25% of the non participating sample surveyed and found to be similar to study sample

Undefined

Interview + examination (

59

Y

2

2

43

654

6.6

(4.8-8.8)

Berg G, Sweden, English, 1988 (125)

12

60-62

All women aged 60, 61 and 62 living in the community of Linkoping sent questionnaires, response rate was equally distributed among the three age groups but no further information available on nonresponders; 881/1469 women were sexually active; all women were postmenopausal; 12% nulliparous; 15% had undergone major gynaecological surgery; 7% were receiving estrogens at the time of the study; 60% sexually active, the rate being higher in HRT users.

Local vaginal discomfort resulting in sexual difficulties

Questionnaire (nv)

72

Y

1

2

287

881

32.6

(29.5-35.8)

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