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Table 1 Basic characteristic in oligo−/anovulation PCOS women, eumenorrheic PCOS women and control women

From: Lifestyle and environmental contributions to ovulatory dysfunction in women of polycystic ovary syndrome

 PCOS-OAPCOS-non-OAConP
No.1979238279 
Age (yrs)31.11 ± 3.7131.56 ± 3.4929.81 ± 3.77< 0.01a
BMI (kg/m2)24.90 ± 4.0925.31 ± 4.3922.93 ± 3.86< 0.01a
Total AFC27.63 ± 8.0627.68 ± 9.2314.72 ± 5.44< 0.01a
LH/FSH1.50 ± 0.811.58 ± 0.850.79 ± 0.30< 0.01a
T (ng/dl)80.14 ± 18.8267.79 ± 23.4623.78 ± 12.83< 0.01a
E2(pg/ml)45.73 ± 19.3645.22 ± 19.1334.87 ± 25.42< 0.01a
  1. Data was presented as Mean ± SD for normality distributions. One-way anova and t test were used in continuous variables
  2. Abbreviation: BMI Body mass index
  3. asignificance was set at level of 0.05