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Table 2 Association between participant sociodemographic, potential risk factors and genital warts

From: Prevalence and incidence of genital warts and cervical Human Papillomavirus infections in Nigerian women

Variable Prevalent genital warts Incident genital warts
Total N = 962 n (%) Odds Ratio (95% CI) p Total N = 614 n (%) Odds Ratio (95% CI) p
Age    0.94 (0.88–0.99) 0.01    0.92 (0.80–1.06) 0.28
Education, years completed
  ≤ 6 years 104 5 (5) Reference (1.00)   70 0 (0) Reference (1.00)  
 7–12 602 15 (3) 0.51 (0.17–1.82) 0.32 382 3 (1) 0.73 (0.08 – Inf) 1.00
  > 12 254 7 (3) 0.56 (0.15–2.30) 0.50 160 1 (1) 0.45 (0.01 – Inf) 1.00
Socio-economic status
 Low 375 15 (4) Reference (1.00)   238 3 (1) Reference (1.00)  
 Middle 384 11 (3) 0.71 (0.30–1.68) 0.51 251 1 (0) 0.32 (0.01–3.98) 0.59
 High 203 1 (0) 0.12 (0.00–0.78) 0.02 125 0 (0) 0.51 (0.00–4.78) 0.58
Marital status
 Married 647 15 (2) Reference (1.00)   405 2 (0) Reference (1.00)  
 Not married 315 12 (4) 1.67 (0.70–3.87) 0.27 209 2 (1) 1.95 (0.14–27.1) 0.84
Douche
 No 355 8 (2) Reference (1.00)   218 1 (0) Reference (1.00)  
 Yes 606 19 (3) 1.40 (0.58–3.74) 0.56 395 3 (1) 1.64 (0.13–86.5) 1.00
HIV status
 No 535 4 (1) Reference (1.00)   307 1 (0) Reference (1.00)  
 Yes 427 23(5) 7.54 (2.54–30.2) < 0.001 307 3 (1) 2.90 (0.23–153) 0.65
Condom use
 No 672 13 (2) Reference (1.00)   433 2 (0) Reference (1.00)  
 Yes 290 14 (5) 2. 57 (1.10–6.02) 0.03 181 2 (1) 2.32 (0.17–32.3) 0.70
Age at sexual initiation    0.97 (0.88–1.07) 0.56    0.87 (0.64–1.15) 0.39
Per partner increase in total lifetime sex partners    1.05 (0.96–1.13) 0.23    1.04 (0.77–1.20) 0.52
Per partner increase in total sex partners in past year    1.18 (0.49–2.37) 0.75    3.16 (1.20–6.99) 0.02
Body Mass Index, Kg/m2
 Normal weight 303 12 (4) Reference (1.00)   187 1 (1) Reference (1.00)  
 Overweight 324 6 (2) 0.46 (0.14–1.34) 0.18 214 1 (0) 0.90 (0.01–70.9) 1.00
 Obese, ≥ 30 282 7 (2) 0.62 (0.20–1.73) 0.44 178 1 (1) 1.07 (0.01–84.1) 1.00