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Sexually transmitted infections and first sexual intercourse age in adolescents: The nationwide retrospective cross-sectional study

The Journal of Sexual Medicine Feb 17, 2019

Lee SY, et al. - Data from the 2007–2013 Korea Youth Risk Behavior Web-based Survey was analyzed to examine if age of first sexual intercourse had any relation to exposure to sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among adolescents. They recorded approximately 7.4% of boys and 7.5% of girls with STI. They noted an inverse relationship between experiencing STIs and age at first sexual intercourse. They also noticed an association between the absolute age gap and STI experience.

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