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Table 1 Demographic, Clinical and Medication Related Characteristics of Respondents

From: Demographic and clinical correlates of sexual dysfunction among Nigerian male outpatients on conventional antipsychotic medications

Variable   Frequency (%)
Age 18–29 years 44 (16.0)
30–39 years 100 (36.4)
40–49 years 85 (30.9)
50–60 years 46 (16.7)
Mean (SD) years: 39.5 (9.4)  
Education No Formal Education 10 (3.7)
Primary School 84 (30.5)
Secondary School 110 (40)
Tertiary 71 (25.8)
Marital Status Single 93 (33.8)
Married 167 (60.7)
Separated 4 (1.5)
Divorced 8 (2.9)
Widowed 3 (1.1)
Employment Status Employed 239 (86.9)
Unemployed 36 (13.1)
Religion Christian 173 (62.9)
Muslim 101 (36.7)
Traditional Worshipper 1 (0.4)
Age at onset of illness <15 yrs 6 (2.2)
15–25 yrs 117 (42.5)
26–35 yrs 111 (40.4)
>35 41 (14.9)
Mean (SD): 27.4 (7.4)  
Diagnosis Schizophrenia 241 (87.7)
Persistent delusional disorder 1 (0.4)
Acute & transient psychotic disorder 2 (0.7)
Schizoaffective disorder 2 (0.7)
Unspecified non organic psychotic disorder 29 (10.5)
Duration of Antipsychotic Medication Use <2 yrs 28 (10.2)
2–5 yrs 56 (20.4)
5–10 yrs 60 (21.8)
>10 131 (47.6)
Mean (SD): 8.4 (2.1)  
Daily medication Dose* <500 mg 170 (61.8)
500–1000 mg 82 (29.8)
>1000mgs 23 (8.4)
Mean: 462 mg  
Number of Antipsychotics One 97 (35.3)
Two 152 (55.3)
Three or more 26 (9.4)
  1. * In Chlorpromazine equivalents.