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Table 3 Significant standardised beta’s (β) for associations between pelvic pain (B&B), symptom frequency, and SWB dimension and total scores. F-values are for full models accounting for age and delay in diagnosis. Adjusted R2 scores represent the amount of unique variance in SWB explained by pelvic pain and symptom frequency

From: The relationship between endometriosis-related pelvic pain and symptom frequency, and subjective wellbeing

SWB Dimensions F-value Independent variables β P R2 change
Life as a whole 40.75 B&B −.25 P < .000 .09
Frequency −.09 P = .002
Standard of living 34.18 B&B −.24 P < .000 .07
Health 96.59 B&B −.36 P < .000 .18
Frequency −.12 P < .000
Personal relationships 17.49 B&B −.21 P < .000 .04
Achieving in life 35.54 B&B −.24 P < .000 .08
Safety 26.16 B&B −.21 P < .000 .06
Future security 38.51 B&B −.23 P < .000 .08
Frequency −.10 P < .000
Community connectedness 30.66 B&B −.23 P < .000 .07
PWI Total 62.14 B&B −.32 P < .000 .13
Frequency −.09 P = .002
  1. Bonferroni adjusted level of significance is set at p ≤ .002. All VIF’s ≤ 1.7