|Age in Years||Chlamydia Cases||Rate|
|Less than 15||578.8||417||31.5||23.3|
|15 to 19||15,848.4||14,247||2,298.7||2,132.5|
|15 to 17||6,411.0||5,594||1,565.2||1,400.0|
|18 to 19||9,437.4||8,653||3,372.1||3,222.8|
|20 to 24||18,799.6||18,398||2,618.5||2,601.7|
|20 to 21||9,217.8||8,528||3,124.1||3,066.6|
|22 to 24||9,581.8||9,870||2,265.7||2,300.4|
|25 to 29||6,705.6||8,171||1,113.9||1,240.8|
|30 to 44||4,569.6||5,291||254.6||302.3|
|30 to 34||2,673.8||3,087||453.9||520.4|
|35 to 39||1,251.6||1,467||219.7||251.4|
|40 to 44||644.2||737||101.3||128.4|
STD cases: Outpatient clinics, hospitals, doctors offices and other health facilities report STD cases to the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services. Cases include Michigan residents and reports of out-of-state testing for Michigan residents.
Rates are per 100,000 population for the specified age and sex group in the geographic area.
All Ages category includes records with unknown age.
Total (Both Sexes) category includes records with unknown sex.
Source: Michigan Sexually Transmitted Diseases Database, STD & HIV Prevention Section, Bureau of Epidemiology, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services; Table prepared by the Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.
Last Updated: 10/31/2017