The most common STI is Syphilis, which accounted for 2 in 3 of all positive diagnoses (so of those who did have an STI or STD, 2 out of 3 had syphilis).
40% of those who had and STI had gonorrhoea (therefore as you can see, some men will have had more than one infection), and around 10% had Chlamydia, syphilis, and genital warts.
There was a particularly high incidence in men who were HIV+ contracting further STIs and STDs, showing a worrying lack of precautions many men are taking to stop the spread of HIV and other STIs.
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