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Table 1 Population characteristics of 812 mother/boy pairs included in the study according to antifungal medicine use in percent

From: Prenatal exposure to antifungal medication may change anogenital distance in male offspring: a preliminary study

  Population characteristics N = 812 (%) No use of antifungal medicine N = 725 Use of some form of antifungal medicine N = 87
Maternal age (y)
 <25 72(9) 9 9
 25–35 555(72) 71 80
 >35 150(19) 20 11
BMI (kg/m2)
 <18.5 24(3) 3 6
 18.5–24.9 495(61) 61 58
 25–29.9 187(23) 23 22
 > = 30 105(12) 13 14
Maternal ethnicity
 European 602(95) 96* 88*
 Non-European 32(5) 4* 12*
Maternal smoking
 No 772(97) 97 97
 Yes 25(3) 3 3
Alcohol consumption
 No 565(91) 92 88
 Yes 54(9) 8 12
Parity
 Nulliparous 447(55) 55 53
 Multiparous 364(45) 45 47
Socio economic statusa
 Low 17(3) 2 5
 Intermediate 189(30) 31 27
 High 418(67) 67 68
Gestational age (weeks) at birth
 <37 28(4) 4* 4*
 37–40 538(68) 66* 79*
 >40 231(29) 30* 18*
Birth weight (g)
 <2500 g 18(2) 3 0
 2500-3999 g 604(76) 75 79
 > = 4000 g 175(22) 22 21
  1. * p-value < 0.05 calculated by chi-square test
  2. aLow = high school or less, Intermediate = high school +1–3 years further education, High = high school +4 years or more further education