Painful sex (dyspareunia) in women: prevalence and associated factors in a British population probability survey

@inproceedings{Mitchell2017PainfulS,
  title={Painful sex (dyspareunia) in women: prevalence and associated factors in a British population probability survey},
  author={KR Mitchell and Robert J. Geary and Claire Graham and Jessica Datta and Kaye Wellings and Pam Sonnenberg and Nikki Field and David Nunns and Jean Bancroft and KG Jones and Am Johnson and Cartan Subalgebras Richard Mercer},
  booktitle={BJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and gynaecology},
  year={2017}
}
OBJECTIVE To estimate the prevalence of painful sex among women in Britain, and to explore associated sexual, relationship and health factors that should be considered in assessment. DESIGN Multi-stage, clustered and stratified population probability sample survey, using computer-assisted self-interview. Sample frame was the British Postcode Address File. SETTING Participants interviewed at home between 2010 and 2012. SAMPLE A total of 15 162 adults aged 16-74 years (8869 women). Data… CONTINUE READING
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