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Shokrollahi, Iran, English, 1999 (132)

Not stated

16-53

Women were selected randomly from all those applying for services at the family planning department of 3 health and treatment canters in Tehran. The participants met 4 criteria: their husbands had only one wife; no recent life crisis; no disorder or illness or drug use that would affect sexual function and they were of reproductive age, not pregnant and had not recently given birth; all participants were Muslim and relatively well educated, 72% had a diploma or university degree

Dyspareunia on most or all occasions

Brief index of sexual functioning for women and sex knowledge and attitude test (v)

Not stated

N

2

2

30

300

10

(6.8-14)

6% had dyspareunia 50% of the times and 4% always

Gurel, Turkey, English, 1999 (92)

Not stated

In Jan-June 1995, women with various gynaecological complaints admitted in the dept. were included in the study. All were married and 14 were nulliparous. Those having previous pelvic surgery including caesarean section, those with pelvic mass, uterine anomaly, pregnancy or intrauterine device were excluded

Painful sex/sexual relations in the month prior to study

Questionnaire (nv)

Not stated

N

2

2

72

235

30.6

(24.8-37)

Rosen, USA, English, 1993 (133)

Not stated

18-73

Healthy women mean age 43.6+/-11.9 years, enrolled in a Women's Wellness Centre; two thirds were married or living with partner and most women were employed outside home 28.4% were not sexually active at the time of study, 28% were postmenopausal and 2.4% were pregnant

Dyspareunia undefined

Brief Index of Sexual Satisfaction and Health Background Questionnaire (v)

Not stated

N

1

2

65

236

27.6

(21.9-33.7)

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