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Research Article

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

Table 6

Logistic regression analysis of factors independently associated with PMS among the studied females ( ).

Risk factorsOR95% CI for OR

Physical activity0.42 0.3–0.550.0001*
Vegetables and fruits4.7 1.9–11.30.001*
Sweet food3.021.8–5.10.0001*
Fast food0.410.17–0.970.04*
Excess coffee intake3.8 1.4–10.10.008*
Exposure to passive smoking0.480.18–1.30.14
BMI0.940.84–1.10.25
Family history0.490.16–1.50.2

N.B. dependant variable is presence of PMS.
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*Statistically significant.
OR: odds ratio; CI: confidence interval.

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