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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of HIV-infected women (n=2,501)

From: Cervical cancer risk factors among HIV-infected Nigerian women

  n (%) Missing (%)
Age category (years)   11 (0.4)
  <30 504 (20)  
  30–34 696 (28)  
  35–39 663 (27)  
  ≥40 627 (25)  
Age at first sexual intercourse (years)   29 (1.2)
  <15 156 (6)  
  15–19 1242 (50)  
  20–24 856 (35)  
  ≥25 218 (9)  
Number of sexual partners   10 (0.4)
  ≤2 2400 (96)  
  3–4 68 (3)  
  ≥5 23 (1)  
Total number of pregnancies1   1 (0.04)
  0–2 722 (29)  
  3–4 827 (33)  
  5–6 571 (23)  
  ≥7 380 (15)  
Total number of abortions   6 (0.2)
  0–2 1873 (75)  
  3–4 445 (18)  
  ≥5 177 (7)  
Religion   5 (0.2)
  Islam 404 (16)  
  Christian 2092 (84)  
Education   2 (0.1)
  None 150 (6)  
  Quaranic 27 (1)  
  Primary 402 (16)  
  Secondary 773 (31)  
  Tertiary 1147 (46)  
Marital Status   0 (0)
  Single 443 (18)  
  Married 1297 (52)  
  Widowed 537 (21)  
  Divorced 207 (8)  
  Cohabiting 17 (1)  
Contraceptives use2   3 (0.1)
  Yes 657 (26)  
  No 1841 (74)  
Hormonal contraceptives3   0 (0)
  Yes 29 (1)  
  No 2472 (99)  
Intrauterine devices   1 (0.04)
  Yes 32 (1)  
  No   2468 (99)
Barrier contraceptives   0 (0)
  Yes 554 (22)  
  No 1947 (78)  
Tubal ligation   1 (0.04)
  Yes 11 (0)  
  No 2489 (100)  
  1. 1Total number of pregnancies is defined as pregnancies carried after 28-weeks, regardless of outcome.
  2. 2Contraceptive use refers to history of contraceptive use.
  3. 3Hormonal contraceptives includes oral contraceptives, hormonal injections and intradermal implants.