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Table 5 Significance levels (p (χ 2), significant values are in italics) in the Kaplan-Meier univariate survival analysis of the relation between the studied reproductive parameters and the age at menopause, body fatness and abdominal obesity in the studied Hungarian women (n 1932, born between the 1920s and 1980s)

From: Relationship between some indicators of reproductive history, body fatness and the menopausal transition in Hungarian women

Risk factors Age at menopause Body fatness Abdominal obesity
Hormonal contraceptives 0.037 (4.37) 0.594 (0.28) <0.001 (14.54)
Cycle length: puberty 0.961 (0.08) 0.569 (1.13) 0.308 (2.64)
 Youth 0.420 (1.73) 0.919 (0.17) 0.664 (0.82)
 Adulthood 0.246 (2.80) 0.895 (0.22) 0.547 (1.21)
 Climacterium 0.016 (4.36) 0.081 (5.03) 0.335 (2.19)
Bleeding length: puberty 0.189 (3.33) 0.782 (0.49) 0.516 (1.32)
 Youth 0.100 (4.60) 0.955 (0.09) 0.442 (1.63)
 Adulthood 0.096 (4.69) 0.994 (0.01) 0.318 (2.29)
 Climacterium 0.663 (0.82) 0.087 (4.87) 0.481 (1.46)
Number of gestations 0.028 (5.07) 0.292 (3.73) 0.422 (2.81)
Age of menarche 0.790 (0.47) 0.030 (7.01) 0.790 (0.47)
Lactation 0.879 (0.02) 0.143 (2.14) 0.621 (0.24)
Birth cohorts <0.001 (49.83) <0.001 (95.40) <0.001 (43.75)
Menstrual irregularity 0.029 (4.79) <0.001 (29.70)
Menopausal status 0.003 (15.98) <0.001 (20.69)
Age at menopause 0.302 (2.39) 0.394 (1.86)