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Table 2 HIV risk scores by childhood sexual abusea (CSA)

From: The prevalence and impact of childhood sexual abuse on HIV-risk behaviors among men who have sex with men (MSM) in India

  No CSA CSA p-value* Total
Number of recent behaviorsb, n (%d)
 0 841 (12.9) 210 (7.6) <0.001 1051 (11.7)
 1 1948 (28.8) 651 (22.6) 2599 (27.4)
 2 2630 (34.2) 1154 (35.4) 3784 (34.5)
 3 1643 (16.7) 922 (21.0) 2565 (17.7)
 4 706 (5.8) 655 (10.6) 1361 (6.9)
 5 194 (1.3) 174 (2.3) 368 (1.5)
 6 34 (0.3) 22 (0.5) 56 (0.3)
 7 3 (0.02) 1 (0.001) 4 (0.02)
Number of lifetime behaviors/experiencesc, n (%d)
 0 3957 (56.9) 763 (31.4) <0.001 4720 (51.2)
 1 2435 (29.6) 959 (29.7) 3394 (29.6)
 2 1149 (10.1) 925 (21.3) 2074 (12.6)
 3 395 (2.9) 777 (13.6) 1172 (5.3)
 4 61 (0.5) 346 (3.9) 407 (1.2)
 5 2 (0.005) 19 (0.2) 21 (0.04)
 6 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0)
  1. a: CSA defined as unwanted sexual experiences such as touching or sexual intercourse (either oral or anal) before 16 years old
  2. b: Recent behaviors include: unprotected anal intercourse, high number of male sexual partners (6 or more), high number of female sexual partners (3 or more), hazardous alcohol use, injection drug use, non-injection drug use, and sex work. With the exception of hazardous alcohol use, which is in the prior 2 weeks, all other behaviors are within the prior 6 months
  3. c: Lifetime behaviors/experiences include: high number of male sexual partners (55 or more), high number of female sexual partners (20 or more), ever injection drug use, ever sex work, ever intimate partner violence, and early sexual debut (under 15 years old)
  4. d: Percentages and medians (IQR) are presented as RDS-II weighted
  5. * From multi-level logistic regression model likelihood ratio test comparing model with behavior scores to intercept-only model of CSA
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