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Table 4 Clinical signs/symptoms among women co-infected with Trichomonas vaginalis and Ca Mycoplasma girerdii versus T. vaginalis only

From: Urogenital pathogens, associated with Trichomonas vaginalis, among pregnant women in Kilifi, Kenya: a nested case-control study

Clinical sign or symptom TV with Ca MG
N = 6 (%)
TV without Ca MG
N = 22 (%)
χ2
P-value
Dyspareunia 50.0 36.4 0.544
Dysuria 50.0 27.3 0.291
Foul smelling vaginal odor 33.3 22.7 0.595
Genital ulcers 16.7 13.6 0.851
Genital warts 0.0 9.1 0.443
Lower abdominal pain 50.0 32.8 0.410
Vaginal discharge 100.0 63.6 0.081
Vaginal itching 66.7 18.2 0.020
  1. Ca MG Candidatus Mycoplasma girerdii, TV Trichomonas vaginalis; in bold: significantly associated