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Table 3 Rate of sexual dysfunction according to perceived intra-vaginal ejaculatory latency time, testosterone and glycated haemoglobin

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
Adequate       
Low 1/1 100 NA   NA  
Normal 100/144 69.4     
High 89/129 69.0 1.0(0.6-1.6) 1.000 0.4(0.2-1.2) 0.121
Desirable       
Low 85/125 68.0 1.1(0.6-1.8) 0.787 1.4(0.8-2.5) 0.296
Normal 85/128 66.4     
High 20/21 95.2 10.1(1.3-77.9) 0.026 4.1(1.1-41.3) 0.038
Too short       
Low 25/37 67.6 1.1(0.5-2.2) 0.870 1.1(0.4-2.5) 0.893
Normal 139/210 66.2     
High 26/27 96.3 13.3(1.8-99.9) 0.012 8.2(1.0-74.1) 0.040
Too long       
Low 3/3 100.0 NA   NA  
Normal 174/257 67.7     
High 13/14 92.9 6.2(0.8-48.2) 0.081 2.3(0.2-26.7) 0.500
Testosterone       
Low 6/12 50.0 0.4(0.1-1.3) 0.122 0.3(0.1-1.2) 0.077
Normal 161/225 71.6     
High 23/37 62.2 0.7(0.3-1.3) 0.249 0.9(0.4-2.0) 0.775
HBA1c       
Normal 17/27 63.0     
High 173/247 70.0 1.4(0.6-3.1) 0.450 1.0(0.4-2.6) 0.947
  1. *Number of subjects with SD/number of subjects in each category