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Filippi, Turkey, English, 1997 (154)

3

Average 32

Women randomly sampled from a clinic based community register on current and past contraceptive uptake, reproductive health problems and symptoms of ill-health, pregnant women excluded; all were invited to the health centre for follow-up medical assessment for reproductive morbidities. Those who refuse the medical phase were younger, better educated and less likely to report ill-health

Abnormal vaginal discharge and lower abdominal pain in the previous three months

Questionnaire (v)

80

N

2

2

139

694

20

(17.1-23.2)

Jamieson DJ, USA, English, 1996 (93)

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18 to 47

In February-April 1993, two O&G and three family medicine practices were surveyed on 5 consecutive days, all nonpregnant women were asked to participate including women who were accompanying patients but were nonpatients themselves (31%), 14 (4%) refused to fill in the survey, 35 questionnaires were excluded for incompleteness, 14 were excluded for race other than African-American or white, 14 widowed women and 42 women were excluded for missing marital status data. 74.2% white, 32% had finished college, 7% had less than high school education, 21% single, 67% married and mean age 31.9+/-7.2 years

Pain in lower abdomen not counting menstrual pain over 1 year

Questionnaire (nv)

96

Y

1

2

227

581

39

(35.1-43.2)

16% of overall sample (45.3% of the sufferers) took medication for nonmenstrual, noncoital pain

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