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Table 4 Correlation between sexual dysfunction and socio-demographic characteristic and intimate partner violence (n = 346)

From: The correlation between sexual dysfunction and intimate partner violence in young women during pregnancy

Characteristics Sexual dysfunction
N (%)a p-value
Age (Years)   0.928b
 18–21 72 (64.9)  
 22–25 84 (65.6)  
 26–29 72 (67.3)  
Educational level 0.135c
 Less than diploma 72 (70.6)  
 Diploma (12 years) 103 (66.0)  
 University 53 (60.2)  
Husband Educational level 0.025c
 Less than diploma 119 (74.4)  
 Diploma (12 years) 64 (55.7)  
 University 45 (63.4)  
 Completely 44 (80.0)  
Unwanted pregnancy   0.139b
 No 201 (64.4)  
 Yes 27 (77.1)  
Receiving pre-pregnancy care 0.593b
 No 21 (61.8)  
 Yes 207 (66.3)  
Husband age (Years) 0.742b
 18–25 53 (67.1)  
 26–29 85 (63.4)  
  ≥ 30 90 (67.7)  
Employment 0.943b
 Housewife 213 (65.9)  
 Employee 15 (65.2)  
Sufficiency of income 0.001c
 Absolutely not 17 (44.7)  
 To some extent 167 (66.0)  
 Completely 44 (80.0)  
Marriage duration (Years) 0.028b
 1 69 (58.0)  
 2 66 (75.9)  
 3–5 93 (66.4)  
Gestational age (week)   0.509b
 24–26 119 (64.3)  
 27–30 109 (67.7)  
  1. anumber (percent)
  2. bChi-square test
  3. cChi-square for trend test