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Table 4 Correlation between tri-nucleotide repeats, clinical variables, and sexual parameters in whole samples

From: Longer trinucleotide repeats of androgen receptor are associated with higher testosterone and low oxytocin levels in diabetic premature ejaculatory dysfunction patients

Variables Hormonal Parameters Sexual parameters
  Oxytocin Prolactin TSH TT Self- estimated IELT PEDT BDI EF OR SD IS OS IIEF-15
(CAG)n r = − 0.342 ρ = < 0.0001 r = − 0.065 ρ = 0.303 r = − 00.536 ρ = 0.401 r = 0.1027 ρ = < 0.0001 r = − 0.168 ρ = < 0.0001 r = 0.289 ρ = < 0.0001 r = − 0.259 ρ = < 0.0001 r = − 0.431 ρ = 0.89 r = − 0.441 ρ = < 0.92 r = − 0.253 ρ = 0.35 r = − 0.029 ρ = < 0.0001 r = 0.121 ρ = 0.59 r = − 0.368 ρ = 0.001
(GGC)n r = − 0.312 ρ = 0.231 r = − 0.055 ρ = 0.388 r = − 0.075 ρ = 0.235 r = 0.020 ρ = 0.758 r = − 0.190 ρ = <  0.0001 r = 0.240 ρ = < 0.0001 r = − 0.231 ρ = < 0.0001 r = 0.476 ρ = < 0.11 r = 0.491 ρ = 0.020 r = 0.312 ρ = 0.021 r = 0.273 ρ = 0.06 r = 0.112 ρ = 0.13 r = − 0.281 ρ = 0.45
  1. Pearson correlation analysis was used to analyze the relationship among clinical, hormonal, and genetic variables. Values in bold are different from 0 with a significance level alpha = 0.05
  2. TSH Thyroid stimulating hormone; TT Total Testosterone, PE Premature Ejaculatory dysfunction; DM Diabetes mellitus type II; PEDT Premature ejaculation diagnostic tool; BDI-II Beck’s Depression Inventory-II; IELT Intravaginal ejaculatory latency time; IIEF-15 International index of Erectile Dysfunction-15