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Table 1 Demographic characteristics

From: Coping with dyspareunia, the importance of inter and intrapersonal context on women’s sexual distress: a population-based study

  Total number = 590 Number (%)
Women’s age (year )
30 < 146 (24.7)
30–39 283 (48)
40–49 124 (21)
<50 37 (6.3)
Min-Max 18–61
Mean (SD) 8.1 ± 35.5
Duration of marriage (year)  
1–9 237 (40.2)
10–19 216 (36.6)
20–29 96 (16.3)
<30 41 (7.0)
Min–Max 1–47
Mean (SD) 9.1 ± 13.7
Nnumber of children  
0 37 (6.3)
1 183 (31.0)
2 255 (43.2)
3 98 (16.6)
<4 17 (2.9)
Financial situation  
Appropriate 402 (68.1)
In middle range 164 (27.8)
Inappropriate 24 (4.1)
Women’s education  
Primary/secondary school 148 (25.1)
High school 288 (48.8)
Under graduate 136 (23.1)
Ms. and PhD 18 (3.1)
Women occupation  
Household 527 (89.3)
Governmental job (Office jobs) 36 (6.1)
Non-governmental job 27 (4.5)
Having privacy room  
Yes 467 (79.3)
No 122 (20.7)
Having privacy room  
Yes 467 (79.3)
No 122 (20.7)
Vestibular pain
Yes 25 (4.2)
No 564 (95.6)
Menopause  
Yes 36 (6.1)
No 554 (93.9)
Self-confidence
High 197 (33.5)
Moderate 273 (46.4)
Low 118 (20.1)
Body image satisfaction
High 195 (33.4)
Moderate 265 (44.9)
Low 128 (21.7)
Intimacy with spouse  
High 404 ( 68.5)
Moderate 116 (19.6)
Low 70 (11.9)
Sexual Satisfaction
High 353 (59.8)
Moderate 154 (26.1)
Low 83 (14.1)
Marital satisfaction
High 365 (61.8)
Moderate 158 (26.8)
Low 67 (11.4)