Table 4

Proportions and factors associated with Chlamydia trachomatis infections in men and woman in randomised controlled trial intervention group

n/NPer centaORp ValueCI 95%n/NPer centaORp Value95% CI
Age (years)
 18–195/148(3.4)0.710.53(0.24 to 2.07)27/259(10.4)1.620.13(0.86 to 3.04)
 20–2110/204(4.9)1.100.43(0.46 to 2.63)20/341(5.9)0.780.45(0.42 to 1.48)
 p Value0.820.10
Place of birth
 France mainland25/579(4.3)79/957(8.3)
 Outside of France2/20(10.0)1/16(6.3)
 p Value0.230.62
Size of the city
 Less than 20 000 inhabitants4/115(3.5)14/173(8.1)
 From 20 000 to 100 000 inhab.4/86(4.7)8/104(7.7)
 More than 100 000 inhab.19/413(4.6)61/725(8.4)
 p Value0.911.00
 High school3/32(9.4)4/33(12.1)1.250.74(0.33 to 4.66)
 Professional training or employed111/182(6.0)32/238(13.5)2.330.004(1.31 to 4.13)
 Unemployed5/79(6.3)7/122(5.7)0.720.49(0.29 to 1.80)
 Other0/1(0.0)1/15(6.7)1.370.77(0.16 to 11.4)
 p Value0.080.02
Have ever had a same sex partner
 p Value0.580.70
No. of sexual partners in the past year
 2 and more24/355(3.7)5.560.01(1.46 to 21.26)65/518(12.6)4.05<0.001 (2.01 to 8.15)
 p Value0.004<0.001
No. of sexual partners in the past 3 months
 p Value0.073<0.001
New partner in the past 3 months
 Yes18/283(6.4)1.010.99(0.40 to 2.51)48/393(12.2)1.310.37(0.72 to 2.39)
 p Value0.05<0.001
Previous screening
  p Value1.000.47
Using a condom at last intercourse
 No20/420(4.8)67/704(9.5)2.930.001(1.54 to 5.56)
 p Value0.67 0.02
Last partner
 Regular partner16/394(4.1)53/869(6.9)1
 Occasional partner10/216(5.2)29/227(12.8)1.17(0.66 to 2.09)
 p Value0.830.01
Last medical consultation for gynaecological reason
 Less than a year53/570(9.30)
 A year and more20/278(7.2)
 p Value0.44
  • Bold font indicates a statistically significant p value.

  • N is the total of participants in the subgroup and n represents the total of participants tested in each subgroup.

  • For men, 584 observations were included in the regression from the 614 observations of the study (4.89% missing values).

  • For women, 964 observations were included in the regression from the 1002 observations of the study (3.79% missing values). aOR; adjusted odd ratio.