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Table 2 Estimates of the prevalence ratio adjusted by the log-binomial model, followed by confidence intervals and the p-value considering women with non cyclical pelvic pain, primary dysmenorrhoea, and with both jointly conditions

From: Prevalence of chronic pelvic pain and primary dysmenorrhea in women of reproductive age in Ecuador

  PR adjusted CI 95% p-value
  inf sup
A-Non cyclical pelvic pain1
 Irritative urinary symptoms 1.5 1.10 2.08 0.011
 Primary dysmenorrhoea 1.5 1.00 2.12 0.047
 Screening for mental disorders 1.4 1.02 1.94 0.038
B-Primary dysmenorrhoea2
 IBS criteria 2.2 1.45 3.27 0.002
 Smoking 1.9 1.32 2.76 0.001
 Dyspareunia 1.6 1.03 2.30 0.036
 Sleep disturbance 1.6 1.08 2.28 0.018
 Screening for mental disorders 1.5 1.06 2.38 0.025
C-Joint pain3
 IBS criteria 8.2 4.36 15.61  < 0.001
 Screening for mental disorders 2.3 1.20 4.38 0.002
  1. CI confidence interval; IBS irritable bowel syndrome; PR prevalence ratio
  2. 1Additional variables used to adjust the model: age, occupation, smoking, alcohol use disorder, violence, abdominal surgery, contraceptive use, abnormal menstruation, dispareunia, parity, cardiovascular disease, cancer, psychiatric disorder, migraine/chronic headache, lombalgia, constipation, distension, irritable bowel syndrome, sleep disturbance
  3. 2Additional variables used to adjust the model: body mass index, illicit drug use, violence, abnormal menstruation, abdominal surgery, migraine/chronic headache, irritative urinary symptoms, distension
  4. 3Additional variables used to adjust the model: irritative urinary symptoms, violence victim, sleep disturbance