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Table 3 Multivariate Comparison 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-OA vs PCOS-non-OAPCOS-OA vs ControlPCOS-non-OA vs Control
Meat favorable diet %(N) a1.69(1.28,2.23)< 0.01bNANANANA
Snoring %(N) a2.17(1.51,3.12)< 0.01b2.25(1.49,3.40)< 0.01b0.96(0.56,1.65)0.89
Smoking %(N) a1.52(1.13,2.05)< 0.01b3.69(2.47,5.52)< 0.01b2.39(1.47,3.89)< 0.01b
Tea drinking %(N) a0.90(0.62,1.31)0.581.88(1.12,3.14)0.02b2.11(1.14,3.89)0.02b
Plastic tableware usage %(N) a1.55(1.14,2.09)< 0.01b2.00(1.47,2.72)< 0.01b1.31(0.87,1.98)0.19
Indoor decoration at home or workplace %(N) a1.40(1.03,1.91)0.03b2.53(1.78,3.57)< 0.01b1.86(1.19,2.92)< 0.01b
Air freshener usage %(N) a1.77(1.12,2.79)0.01b1.27(0.86,1.88)0.230.69(0.38,1.24)0.21
Cooking oil fume contact %(N) a1.48(1.13,1.95)< 0.01b1.10(0.84,1.46)0.490.73(0.50,1.06)0.10
  1. Abbreviation: BMI Body mass index
  2. aMultivariate logistic regression was performed for categorical variables. Adjusted parameters included age, BMI, and groups
  3. bsignificance was set at level of 0.05