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Table 3 EFFECTS OF SOCIODEMOGRAPHICS ON THE SUCCESS OF INFERTILITY TREATMENT

From: Pharmacotherapy of infertility in Ghana: retrospective study at the cape coast teaching hospital

SOCIO DEMOGRAPHY AND INFERTILITY TREATMENT SUCCESS
DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS   CONCEPTION RATE (%)
Yes No Sign
AGE <  30 91(24.1) 286 (75.9) P = 0.001
X2 = 18.2
30–35 53(18.2) 238(81.8)
36> 16(10.2) 157(89.8)
DURATION OF INFERTILITY 1–5 98(24.4) 304(75.6) P = 0.002
X2 = 12.9
5–10 51(15.4) 281(84.6)
10> 11(12.5) 80(87.9)
EDUCATION Primary 33(18.2) 148 (81.8) P = 0.47
X2 = 2.50
Secondary 50(18.3) 223(81.7)
Tertiary 56(22.8) 190(77.2)
No Formal 21(23.1) 70(76.9)
OCCUPATION Employed 102(18.1) 463(81.9) P = 0.005
X2 = 7.9
Unemployed 58(27.2) 155(72.8)
RELIGION Christian 125(20.7) 478(79.3) P = 0.197 X2 = 3.25
Islamic 27(24.8) 82(75.2)
Others 8(34.8) 15(65.2)
  1. Cross tabulation of demographic factors against pregnancy outcome using chi-square test