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Table 1 Demographic, behavioral and clinical characteristics of Nigerian MSM and TGW with and without Hepatitis B virus

From: Hepatitis B virus infection among men who have sex with men and transgender women living with or at risk for HIV: a cross sectional study in Abuja and Lagos, Nigeria

  HBV+
N = 69
n (%)
HBV-
N = 648
n (%)
P*
HIV    0.77
 Uninfected 28 (10) 251 (90)  
 Infected 41 (9) 397 (91)  
Age (Years)    0.51
 16–20 12 (13) 81 (87)  
 20–25 32 (9) 310 (91)  
 25–60 25 (9) 257(91)  
Site    0.19
 Abuja 49 (11) 408 (89)  
 Lagos 20 (8) 240 (92)  
Educationa    0.09
 Primary 7 (15) 40 (85)  
 Secondary 44 (11) 373 (89)  
 Tertiary 16 (6) 231 (94)  
Marital statusa    0.10
 Never married 56 (9) 567 (91)  
 Ever married 9 (12) 65 (88)  
 Other 4 (24) 13 (76)  
Willingness to access healthcare servicesa  
 No 24 (9) 238 (91) 0.74
 Yes 45 (10) 408 (90)  
HBV vaccinationa    0.14
 No 65 (10) 589 (90)  
 Yes 1 (3) 37 (97)  
Sexual orientationa    0.08
 Homosexual 31 (12) 224 (88)  
 Bisexual 37 (8) 421(92)  
Sexual positiona    0.83
 Any receptive 49 (9) 470 (91)  
 Only insertive 17 (10) 153 (90)  
Ever had condomless anal sexa    0.21
 No 5 (6) 81 (94)  
 Yes 63 (10) 561 (87)  
Condom use during last sexa    < 0.01
 Yes 33 (7) 426 (93)  
 No 36 (14) 216 (86)  
Concurrent sexual partnersa    0.98
 No 19 (10) 177 (90)  
 Yes 50 (10) 469 (90)  
Prevalent urethral and/or rectal Neisseria gonorrhoeae or Chlamydia trachomatis
 No 51 (11) 433 (89) 0.23
 Yes 18 (8) 215 (92)  
Vaginal sex partners in past yeara  
 No 21 (13) 141 (87) 0.11
 Yes 48 (9) 500 (91)  
  1. Abbreviations: MSM men who have sex with men, TGW transgender women, p p-value, HBV hepatitis B virus
  2. a ‘n’ may not add up to ‘N’ because of missing values
  3. *Pearson’s Chi-square and Fisher’s exact tests. Bolded indicate p < 0.05