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Table 1 Demographic characteristics, HPV genotypes and cytology results of participants

From: 'Does HPV affect my fertility?' Reproductive concerns of HPV-positive women: a qualitative study

Participant ID number Age (years) Socio-economic level HPV genotyping Cervical cytology Education Occupation Marriage duration (years) Number of children HPV duration (months)
1 Mina 32 High High-risk CIN-1 PhD Lecturer 9 1 2
2 Eli 31 Middle Mixed CIN-1 Bachelor Housewife 3 1 24
3 Razieh 30 Middle High-risk Normal Master Teacher 3 0 2
4 Inaz 28 High Mixed Normal Bachelor Employee 3 0 1
5 Goli 39 Middle Mixed CIN-2 Bachelor Hair-dresser 10 1 24
6 Samira 32 Low High-risk ASC-US Bachelor Nurse 11 1 3
7 Nazanin 23 Low Mixed Normal Bachelor Student 2 0 12
8 Ida 30 Middle High-risk Normal Diploma Housewife 6 0 12
9 Bita 28 Low High-risk Normal Bachelor Student Single 0 3
10 Mehri 37 Middle Mixed Normal Diploma Housewife 7 0 12
11 Hanieh 32 Low High-risk CIN-1 Bachelor Employee 10 1 2
12 Shirin 33 Middle High-risk CIN-2 PhD Employee Single 0 6
13 Sara 44 Low High-risk ASC-US Diploma Housewife 23 3 13
14 Shadi 35 High Mixed ASC-US Diploma Housewife Divorced 0 6
15 Kajal 47 Low High-risk CIN-2 High-School Housewife 27 2 36
16 Donya 24 Low Mixed Normal Bachelor Shopkeeper single 0 2
17 Flor 42 Middle Mixed ASC-US Diploma Housewife 20 2 12
18 Leila 41 High High-risk CIN-1 Master Teacher Widow 2 12
19 Neda 36 High High-risk CIN-2 Master Employee 9 1 5
20 Bahar 35 High High-risk CIN-2 Bachelor Musician Divorced 1 1
  1. CIN cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, Mixed both high-risk and low-risk HPV genotypes, ASC-US atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance