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Table 3 Comparison of quality of life and General health with some of the variables in infertile women

From: Quality of life and general health of infertile women

Variable Number Quality of life General health
Female education <diploma 88 60.3 (8.0) 29.6 (14.0)
college education 58 63.9 (9.5) 26.4 (10.5)
P value   0.015 0.180
Spouse education <diploma 88 61.5 (9.1) 29.6 (13.6)
college education 58 62.2 (8.3) 26.4 (11.4)
P value   0.623 0.180
Wife’s occupation House wife 101 61.1 (7.8) 28.2 (13.5)
Employed 45 63.3 (10.6) 28.9 (11.5)
P value   0.157 0.804
Spouse occupation Stable income 59 62.7 (8.8) 26.5 (10.7)
Seasonal income 87 61.1 (8.8) 29.5 (13.9)
P value   0.292 0.199
Monthly income (Rls) <2,000,000 17 56.1 (8.6) 31.9 (15.0)
200–8,000,000 104 62.0 (8.2) 28.4 (12.4)
>8,000,000 25 64.9 (9.7) 25.7 (13.3)
P value   0.008 0.351
Place of residence Shiraz city 56 61.0 (8.0) 28.0 (12.6)
Neighboring towns 67 64.4 (9.0) 28.0 (12.9)
Rural 25 56.4 (7.2) 30.3 (14.0)
P value   <0.001 0.763
  1. Results as mean (standard deviation) is shown. Significantly from the comparison between the two groups (education, employment, insurance and pregnancy), and compared between groups using t-test (income and place of residence) is using analysis of variance. Where significant changes have shown notable