A population survey of infectious and pyschosocial risk factors in a South Asian community, International Journal of EpidemiologyVolume 34, Issue 4, AugustPages —, https: Background Vaginal discharge is a common complaint, particularly among women in Asia. Although presumed to be caused by reproductive tract infections RTIsthe association between the complaint and the presence of RTIs is weak.
This study aimed to investigate the risk factors of the complaint of vaginal discharge. Methods We conducted a community-based survey of women aged 18—50 years, randomly sampled from a population in Goa, India. Women who gave informed consent were invited to participate in a structured interview, which elicited data on the primary outcome the experience of current abnormal vaginal discharge and psychosocial exposures: Risk factors were analysed using logistic regression with the binary outcome of the complaint of vaginal discharge.
Stress was the most common causal attribution for the complaint. Low literacy 0. Gay fist teen were not associated with the complaint 1.
Conclusions Psychosocial factors have the strongest association with the complaint of vaginal discharge.
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