Table 3: Factors associated with depression in men with PE.

Factors (df)aWith depressionWithout depressionTotal [ ], 
P value
( )( ) )
N %N %N

Age, years (3)
 20–2912725.9736274.03489[0.496],
0.920
 30–3910026.8827273.12372
 40–494826.9713073.03178
 50–664828.7411971.26167
BMI, kg/m2 (1)
 ≤2412526.3235073.68475[0.087],
0.768
 >2419827.0953372.91731
Educational status (3)
 Primary and/or illiterate1529.413670.5951[0.749],
0.862
 Secondary school14725.9741974.03566
 College14026.9737973.03519
 Postgraduate and above2130.004970.0070
Occupational status (6)
 Workers10328.2226271.78365[2.022],
0.918
 Students2824.358775.65115
 Drivers3925.6611374.34152
 Farmers1622.545577.4671
 Officials3929.559370.45132
 Businessmen3826.3910673.61144
 Other occupations6026.4316773.57227
Subtype (1)
 Lifelong PE12425.6735974.33483[0.506],
0.477
 Acquired PE19927.5252472.48723
Duration, months (3)
 0–123920.0015680.00195[17.425],
0.001
 13–248322.6228477.38367
 25–6011928.8829371.12412
 ≥618235.3415064.66232
NIH-CPSI, scores (2)
 0–1414520.8055279.20697[44.500],
<0.001
 15–3014732.3830767.62454
 ≥313156.362443.6455
IIEF-5, scores (1)
 ≥228421.3730978.63393[8.697],
0.003
 <2223929.4057470.60813

Degrees of freedom (df) for test, in all cases.