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Table 1 Frequency distribution, the mean and standard deviation of the variables in the study population

From: Comparison of the umbilical cord Blood’s anti-Mullerian hormone level in the newborns of mothers with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and healthy mothers

VariablesObese mothers with PCOS
N = 60
Non-obese mothers with PCOS
N = 60
Control
N = 60
P-value
Mother’s age (months)* mean ± SD28.51 ± 5.3326.56 ± 4.3928.06 ± 5.60.076
Parity (mean ± SD)*0.7 ± 0.740.53 ± 0.720.78 ± 0.760.117
Gestational age at labor (weeks)*mean ± SD37.81 ± 0.5237.78 ± 0.5237.81 ± 0.520.944
Economic status** (number/percent)Weak15(25)18(30)19(31.7)0.054
Normal27(45)28(46.7)36(60)
Excellent18(30)14(23.3)5(8.3)
Neonate’s gender**
(number/percent)
Male31(51.7)31(51.7)34(56.7)0.818
Female29(48.3)29(48.3)26(43.3)
Employment status**(number/percent)Employee002(3.3)0.132
Housewife60(100)60(100)58(96.7)
Education**
(number/percent)
Diploma52(86.7)52(86.7)50(83.3)0.712
Academic8(13.3)8(13.3)10(16.7)
  1. *Based on Kruskal-Wallis H test results **Based on Chi-square test results