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Table 2 Psychosocial and clinical related factors of respondents (N = 300)

From: The prevalence of sexual compulsivity and its correlates among adults living with HIV/AIDS attending antiretroviral therapy clinic in Gambella town, Southwest Ethiopia, 2020

Variables Categories Frequency Percentage
Depression Yes 87 29%
No 213 71%
General Anxiety Disorder Yes 129 43%
No 171 57%
Current Substance use Yes 81 27%
No 219 73%
Adherent to ART Yes 234 78%
No 66 22%
Current stage of illness Stage I & II 97 32.3%
Stage III & IV 203 67.7%
CD4 cell – count < 500 cells/mm3 200 66.8%
> 500 cells/mm3 100 33.2%
Perceived stigma Yes 105 35%
No 195 65%
HIV disclosure status Yes 126 42%
No 174 58%
Attending support group discussion on HIV prevention Yes 219 73%
No 81 27%
Recent history of STI diagnosis Yes 66 22%
No 234 68%
Risky sexual behavior Yes 111 37%
No 189 63%
Receiving any skill training on safer sex behaviors Yes 75 25%
No 225 75%
Social support Poor 126 42%
Moderate 75 25%
Strong 99 33%
Duration of the illness <  5 year 162 54%
> 5 year 138 46