STIs in the UK and English regions
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Number of STI diagnoses in the UK, 2008 and 2009
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New STI diagnosesGender20082009% change 2008-09
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Syphilis (primary, secondary and early latent)Male (all)29052876-1%
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Female404388-4%
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Total33093273-1%
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Gonorrhoea (complicated and uncomplicated)Male (all)10860116637%
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Female559156962%
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Total16451173856%
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Chlamydial infection (complicated and uncomplicated)Male (all)81696858285%
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Female1207301303338%
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Total2037732175707%
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Non-specific genital infection (complicated and uncomplicated)Male (all)7375970670-4%
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Female22394227001%
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Total9615393456-3%
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Genital herpes simplex (first episode)Male (all)11190117965%
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Female17617182944%
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Total28807301265%
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Genital warts (first episode)Male (all)48228491062%
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Female4327542096-3%
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Total91503912570%
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All other new STI diagnosesMale (all)1784417666-1%
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Female1286111926-7%
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Total3070529629-4%
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Total new STI diagnosesMale (all)2464822496051%
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Female2228722314334%
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Total4707014826963%
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Total other STI diagnoses*Male (all)1376541438294%
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Female1057691052710%
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Total2434232493772%
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* Congenital & other acquired syphilis, recurrent herpes/warts, subsequent HIV presentations, opthalmia neonatorum, epidemiological treatment of suspected STIs
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SOURCEHPA
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DATALINKhttp://www.hpa.org.uk/Topics/InfectiousDiseases/InfectionsAZ/STIs/STIsAnnualData/
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DIAGNOSES IN THE UK
DIAGNOSES IN ENGLAND
RATE OF DIAGNOSES BY REGION
NO. OF DIAGNOSES BY GENDER/AGE
NO. OF DIAGNOSES BY ETHNICITY