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Chlamydia trachomatis in sexually active teenage girls. Factors related to genital chlamydial infection: a prospective study.
  1. V A Rahm,
  2. V Odlind,
  3. R Pettersson
  1. Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Uppsala, Sweden.

    Abstract

    The incidence of new infections with C trachomatis was found to be 19%. Predisposing factors for a subsequent chlamydial infection were multiple partners, smoking and previous infection with C trachomatis. Girls with a spread cervical ectopy were not more likely to contract a chlamydial infection in one year than girls without an ectopy. Oral contraceptive use was not found to predispose for a chlamydial infection.

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