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Research Article

Life Style Factors Associated with Premenstrual Syndrome among El-Minia University Students, Egypt

Table 5

Association between PMS and dietary pattern among El-Minia students ( ).

Dietary patternPMSTotal
value
Absent ( )Present ( )
% % %

Sweet food
 0–2/day3429.88070.211410013.2
 >3/day1611.512388.51391000.0001*
Fast food mainly2214.213385.81551007.8
Homemade food mainly2828.67071.4 981000.005*
Vegetables and fruits
 0-1/day3325.29874.81311005
 >2/day1713.910586.11221000.02*
Coffee
 1–6/week4920.419179.624010010.4
 >7week17.71292.3131000.005*
Tea
 1–6/week3121.211578.81461002.7
 >7/week1917.88882.2 1071000.3

Statistically significant.

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