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Table 3 BMI variations according other variable

From: Reproductive cancer risk factors among relatives of cancer patients in a tertiary oncology center

  N BMI - N (%)  
  <  25 25.1–30 >  30.1 P- value
Chronic Diseases
 - Diabetes 27 1 (3.7) 11 (40.7) 15 (55.6) P < 0.001
 - Hypertension 69 15 (21.7) 21 (30.4) 33 (47.8) P < 0.001
 - Osteoporosis 39 18 (49) 10(25.6) 11 (28.2) P = 0.202
Menstruation
 - Regular 240 129 (63) 55 (27) 20 (10) P < 0.001
 - Irregular 74 36 (48.6) 23 (31.1) 15 (20.3)  
Marital status
 - Single 90 71 (78.9) 14 (15.6) 5 (5.6) P < 0.001
 - Married 297 131 (44) 107 (36) 59 (19.9)  
 - Divorced 32 14 (43.8) 9 (28.1) 9 (28.1)  
 - Widow   7 (36.8) 5 (26.4) 7 (36.8)  
HRT
 - No 134 50 (37.3) 48 (35.8) 36 (26.9) P = 0.522
 - Yes 31 15 (48.4) 6 (19.4) 10 (32.2)  
OCP
 - No 275 139 (50) 83 (30.7) 53 (19.3) P = 0.623
 - Yes 105 57 (54.3) 29 (27.6) 19 (18.1)  
Cancer in family
 - No 150 83 (55.3) 42 (28) 25 (16.7) P = 0.128
 - Yes 76 130 (47) 91 (33) 55 (19.9)  
Smoking
 - No 129 58 (45.5) 38 (30.2) 32 (24.3) P = 0.035
 - Yes 255 140 (55) 78 (30.6) 37 (14.5)  
Monthly income
 - <  500 25 10 (40) 11 (44) 4 (16) P = 0.019
 - 500–1000 127 52 (40.9) 45 (35.4) 30 (23.6)  
 - 1000–3000 221 117 (53) 64 (29) 40 (18.1)  
 - > 3000 44 31 (70.5) 10 (22.7) 3 (6.8)