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Table 5 Correlation of mean plasma levels of biochemical indices of PE + DM subjects and ejaculation related parameters

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

Parameters Oxytocin Prolactin TSH TT
Self- estimated IELT r = −0.019
ρ = 0.0001
r = 0.121
ρ = 0.055
r = − 0.041
ρ = 0.52
r = − 0.024
ρ = 0.0001
PEDT r = 0.022
ρ = 0.72
r = − 0.051
ρ = 0.0001
r = 0.069
ρ = 0.27
r = 0.100
ρ = 0.11
BDI r = 0.066
ρ = 0.29
r = 0.015
ρ = 0.81
r = − 0.034
ρ = 0.59
r = 0.032
ρ = 0.61
EF r = − 0.396
ρ = 0.0001
r = − 0.002
ρ = 0.98
r = − 0.053
ρ = 0.400
r = 0.033
ρ = 0.604
OR r = 0.187
ρ = 0.003
r = 0.102
ρ = 0.107
r = − 0.021
ρ = 0.73
r = − 0.109
0.086
SD r = 0.127
ρ = 0.0001
r = 0.118
ρ = 0.061
r = − 0.016
ρ = 0.800
r = 0.025
ρ = 0.697
IS r = − 0.043
ρ = 0.49
r = 0.064
ρ = 0.31
r = − 0.084
ρ = 0.18
r = 0.031
ρ = 0.62
OS r = −0.109
ρ = 0.085
r = 0.029
ρ = 0.74
r = − 0.039
ρ = 0.64
r = 0.002
0.97
IIEF-15 r = − 0.302
ρ = 0.0001
r = 0.091
ρ = 0.152
r = − 0.018
ρ = 0.20
r = − 0.009
ρ = 0.001
  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. 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