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|This table show the prevalence rates of
chlamydia trachomatis infection among German and Spanish students by gender.
As you see at first glance we found no cases of chlamydia infection among Spanish students either in the whole sample nor in those reporting having ever had sexual intercourse.
A different picture arises if we look at the prevalence rates in the German sample. Among all students tested we found a rate of infection of 3.7%. The chlamydia prevalence was considerably higher in females with 4.8% than in males with 1.6%.
If we focus on those reporting ever had sexual intercourse the overall prevalence was 4.7% with 5.8% in females and 2.2% in males.