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Table 3 Self-reported history of, and diagnosed sexually transmitted infections at enrolment

From: An analysis of baseline data from the PROUD study: an open-label randomised trial of pre-exposure prophylaxis

  Self-reported diagnoses (lifetime)a Self-reported diagnoses (last 12 months)b Diagnosed at enrolment
  N % N % N %
Rectal gonorrhoea 174/532 33 126/478 26 12/251 5
Urethral gonorrhoea 216/538 40 112/480 24 2/256 1
Oral gonorrhoea 175/539 32 121/483 25 13/255 5
Rectal chlamydia 160/533 30 99/470 21 10/248 4
Urethral chlamydia 173/538 32 80/478 17 3/255 1
Oral chlamydia 63/523 12 60/471 13 3/244 1
Lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) 15/127 12 10/458 2 0/7 0
Syphilis 110/537 20 49/473 10 13/237 5
Hepatitis C 9/451 2 3/464 1 0/132 0
Genital warts 168 - 45/472 10 6 -
Genital herpes 73 - 25/464 5 10 -
  1. Notes
  2. athe data for lifetime diagnoses were collected by staff during the enrolment interview and accounted for conditions that were never tested for
  3. bthe data for diagnoses in the last 12 months were reported by participants on the questionnaire who were invited to indicate ‘yes’ or ‘no’ for each infection. In the event that no answer was returned, they were not included in the denominator for that infection