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Table 2 Rate of sexual dysfunction according to socio-demographic risk factors

From: Determinants of sexual dysfunction among clinically diagnosed diabetic patients

Variables n/N* Rate of SD (%) OR(95% CI) P value aOR(95% CI) P value
Marital status       
Married 185/267 69.3 0.9(0.2-4.7) 0.904 1.7(0.2-15.3) 0.628
Single 5/7 71.4     
Educational level       
Basic 68/95 71.6     
Secondary 71/107 66.4 0.78(0.43-1.4) 0.424 0.5(0.3-1.1) 0.087
Technical 27/43 62.8 0.67(0.31-1.45) 0.303 0.6(0.3-1.5) 0.283
Tertiary 24/29 82.8 1.91(0.7-5.5) 0.234 1.5(0.5-5.1) 0.464
Income level       
No income 4/13 30.8 2.1(0.5-7.7) 0.309 2.9(0.7-12.5) 0.152
< 111 19/36 52.8     
111-400 146/208 70.2 2.1(1.0-4.3) 0.042 2.1(1.0-4.7) 0.048
>400 16/17 94.1 14.3(1.7-119.7) 0.014 21.7(2.4-197.7) 0.006
Smoking       
Yes 7/9 77.8 1.6(0.3-7.7) 0.580 1.4(0.2-9.0) 0.707
No 183/265 69.1     
Alcohol       
Yes 48/74 64.9 0.8(0.4-1.3) 0.329 0.9(0.5-1.7) 0.774
No 142/200 71.0     
Exercise       
No 54/93 58.1     
Yes 136/181 75.1 2.2(1.3-3.7) 0.004 2.0(1.1-3.6) 0.023
Body weight       
Underweight 12/15 80.0 2.3(0.6-8.9) 0.220 2.3(0.6-9.4) 0.249
Normal 50/79 63.3     
Overweight 87/137 63.5 1.0(0.6-1.8) 0.975 0.7(0.4-1.3) 0.240
Obese 41/43 95.3 11.9(2.7-52.8) 0.001 10.4(2.3-47.6) 0.003
  1. *Number of subjects with SD/number of subjects in each category