P1-S2.16 What do female sex workers do if they have genital symptoms?

K. Lee, K. H. Wong
2011 Sexually Transmitted Infections  
gonorrhoea and Chlamydia screening. Prevalence of condyloma acuminatum, HIV, gonorrhoea and Chlamydia were performed. Analysis unites and multivariates in logistic regression have been performed to estimate the influence of these factors in the appearance of condyloma acuminatum among FSWs in DIST. Results Among the 403 FSWs enrolled, the prevalence of condyloma acuminatum was 5.2%. The one of HIV infection was 37%. Prevalence of gonorrhoea and Chlamydia were nil. This remark certifies the high
more » ... level of condom use (87.3%) among FSWs. HIV infection was significantly associated with appearance of condyloma acuminatum in the cohort of FSWs attending the STI dispensary with an adjusted OR of 2.4 (95% CI¼ 0.90 to 6.43). Conclusion Condyloma acuminatum remains a way in HIV infection transmission. A meticulous check and treatment contributes to reduce HIV/AIDS risk.
doi:10.1136/sextrans-2011-050108.73 fatcat:7zd43eplovd63odljvz4kfvorq