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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of study sample (n = 200)

From: Sexual dysfunctions in patients with diabetes: a study from Iran

  Total (n = 200) Men (n = 100) Women (n = 100)
  No (%) No (%) No (%)
Age group (years)    
30-39 27(100.0) 12(44.5) 15(55.5)
40-49 84(100.0) 28(33.3) 56(66.7)
50-59 89(100.0) 60(67.4) 29(32.6)
Mean (SD) 48.6(7.3) 50.9(8.3) 46.3(5.2)
Occupation    
Employed 107(100.0) 100(93.4) 7(6.6)
Housewife 93(100.0) 0.00 93(100.0)
Economic status    
Good 41(100.0) 20(48.8) 21(51.2)
Less than good 159(100.0) 80(50.3) 79(49.7)
Duration of diabetes (years)    
10-14 160(100.0) 75(46.8) 85(53.2)
15-19 31(100.0) 21(67.7) 10(32.3)
20-25 9(100.0) 4(44.4) 5(55.6)
Type of diabetes    
Type1 18(100.0) 9(50.0) 9(50.0)
Type2 182(100.0) 91(50.0) 91(50.0)
Diabetes status    
Controlled 100(100.0) 50(50.0) 50(50.0)
Uncontrolled 100(100.0) 50(50.0) 50(50.0)
Hypertension    
Yes 21(100.0) 13(61.9) 8(38.1)
No 179(100.0) 87(48.6) 92(51.4)
Triglyceride    
≤200 127(100.0) 76(59.8) 51(40.2)
201≥ 73(100.0) 24(32.9) 49(67.1)
Cholesterol    
≤200 53(100.0) 35(66.0) 18(44.0)
201≥ 147(100.0) 65(44.2) 82(55.8)
FBS    
60-130 63(100.0) 34(53.9) 29(46.1)
131≥ 137(100.0) 66(48.2) 71(51.8)
BMI    
≤20 123(100.0) 50(40.6) 73(59.4)
21-25 58(100.0) 31(53.4) 27(46.6)
26≥ 19(100.0) 12(63.1) 7(36.9)