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Table 4 Relationships between clinical variables, opioid use, and surgery

From: Real-world characteristics of women with endometriosis-related pain entering a multidisciplinary endometriosis program

Parameter, mean (SD) Opioid use Surgery
Yes
(n = 158)
No
(n = 480)
F value p value Yes
(n = 392)
No
(n = 245)
F value p value
Age, years 32.77 (8.10) 33.62 (8.20) 1.27 0.26 34.15 (8.03) 32.22 (8.28) 8.42 0.004
Weight, lbs 156.72 (44.2) 151.21 (36.5) 2.38 0.12 156.7 (41.6) 146.15 (32.28) 11.23 0.001
Height, in 64.36 (2.73) 64.80 (2.86) 2.89 0.09 64.71 (2.80) 64.66 (2.89) 0.05 0.82
BMI 26.47 (6.88) 25.37 (5.93) 3.71 0.06 26.31 (6.68) 24.61 (5.17) 11.26 0.001
Years from diagnostic surgery to entry into CERT 6.68 (6.55) 7.03 (7.00) 0.20 0.65 6.95 (6.90) NA NA NA
Years from onset of pain to entry into CERT 10.94 (9.29) 9.86 (8.93) 1.41 0.24 11.35 (9.18) 8.49 (8.58) 13.17  < 0.001
Number of prior surgeries 2.00 (2.06) 1.63 (1.03) 5.53 0.02 1.74 (1.40) NA NA NA
Current opioid use NA NA NA NA 107 (27.3) 51 (2.70) 3.49 0.062
Dysmenorrhea score 2.51 (0.86) 2.01 (1.01) 28.75  < 0.001 2.11 (1.05) 2.17 (0.91) 0.50 0.481
Dyspareunia score 1.54 (1.14) 1.23 (1.13) 7.70 0.006 1.39 (1.18) 1.18 (1.06) 4.63 0.032
NMPP score 2.32 (0.90) 1.56 (0.93) 73.57  < 0.001 1.87 (0.97) 1.57 (0.97) 12.64  < 0.001
Total pelvic pain score 6.43 (1.74) 4.80 (2.13) 60.55  < 0.001 5.41 (2.23) 4.93 (2.02) 6.00 0.015
Number of prior healthcare providers 5.38 (5.14) 3.54 (2.94) 16.07  < 0.001 4.31 (3.97) 3.44 (3.06) 4.36 0.037
  1. p values were obtained from the overall analysis of variance