The Proportion of Young Women Tested for Chlamydia Who Had Urogenital Symptoms in Physician Offices

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Abstract

Using National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey data from 2006 to 2015, we estimated the proportions of young women tested for chlamydia who were symptomatic (urogenital symptoms) or asymptomatic in physician offices. Among women tested for chlamydia, the proportions of women with and without urogenital symptoms were 31.6% and 59.2%, respectively.

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