Volume 22, Number 1—January 2016
Increase in Sexually Transmitted Infections among Men Who Have Sex with Men, England, 2014
|Patient characteristic||Syphilis†||Gonorrhea||Chlamydia||Genital herpes‡||Genital warts‡||No STI§|
|Median age (interquartile range), y||36 (29–44)||31 (25–38)||32 (26–41)||31 (25–38)||28 (23–36)||34 (26–44)|
|% White or white British||78.9||78.8||77.4||80.1||82.6||80.4|
|% London residents||58.9||60.3||56.3||49.7||40.4||48.7|
|% Born in the United Kingdom||60.3||61.0||61.6||69.5||71.4||65.9|
|% Born in Europe outside the United Kingdom)||18.4||18.2||16.6||12.6||12.6||14.5|
|% HIV positive||44.3||22.9||26.1||18.4||8.0||29.6|
*Genitourinary medicine (GUM) and integrated GUM/sexual and reproductive health clinics. NA, not applicable.
†Primary, secondary, or early latent.
§N = 2,549,652 attendances at SHCs where no sexually transmitted infection was diagnosed.
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