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Table 2 Prevalence of almost daily pain in the full cohort and by age and gender

From: High prevalence of daily and multi-site pain – a cross-sectional population-based study among 3000 Danish adolescents

  All (% of all adolescents in that age group (95% CI*)) Male (% of all males in that age group (95% CI*)) Female (% of all females in that age group (95% CI*))
12-19 years, n = 2953 19.8 (18.4-21.2) 13.3 (11.3-15.3) 23.8 (21.8-25.7)
12 years, n = 123 10.6 (5.1-16.0) 7.8 (0.3-15.3) 12.5 (4.8-20.2)
13 years, n = 186 20.4 (14.6-26.2) 15.4 (7.3-23.4) 24.1 (16.0-32.2)
14 years, n = 241 19.1 (14.1-24.1) 13.0 (6.6-19.3) 24.1 (16.8-31.4)
15 years, n = 248 18.5 (13.7-20.1) 16.1 (9.4-22.8) 20.8 (13.8-27.8)
16 years, n = 532 16.9 (13.7-20.1) 12.6 (7.8-17.4) 19.2 (15.1-23.3)
17 years, n = 753 23.6 (20.5-26.6) 15.4 (10.9-20.0) 27.5 (23.6-31.4)
18 years, n = 630 19.8 (16.7-23.0) 12.0 (7.8-16.1) 24.5 (20.3-28.7)
19 years, n = 240 20.8 (15.7-26.0) 11.3 (5.3-17.4) 28.4 (20.7-36.0)
  1. *95% Confidence intervals.