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Chapman Dudley J, USA, English, 1989 (148)

20

Not stated

Between 1986 march to November1987; 30 women were recruited from rape crisis centre and control group from private gynecologic medical practice; 80% white, 13% Hispanic and 7% black. In the geographic area in this study, people in distress can telephone the personal help line or sexual assault line for assistance. After the acute situation was attended to, the women were asked whether they would participate in a sexual and gynecologic evaluation to be repeated every 6 months over 4 year period as were the controls

Pain during arousal or orgasm

Questionnaire (nv)

Not stated

N

1

0

3

35

9

(1.8-2.3)

Plouffe, Canada, English, 1985 (149)

Not stated

22-79

Sexually active women admitted on a elective basis to general gynaecology wards with mean age 37.6+/-1.5 years were studied; 38 were Anglo-American; 39 French; 68 roman catholic; 75 married; 63 not using contraception

Deep dyspareunia of undefined duration

Questionnaire (nv)

Not stated

N

1

0

20

98

20.4

(12.9-29.7)

Buddeberg, Germany, German, 1984 (150)

12

17-63

Between 1981-1982, women attending a family practice with a mean age 31.2 years with different problems were approached, majority were employed and 18 were housewives; 67% were lower or middle rank workers

Painful intercourse of undefined duration

Questionnaire (nv)

45.2

N

1

0

13

83

15.7

(8.6-25.3)

3/83 had dyspareunia for < 1 month

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