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Table 3 Associations between the type of sexual intercourse and suicide risk outcomes: KYRBS

From: Type of sexual intercourse experience and suicidal ideation, plans, and attempts among youths: a cross-sectional study in South Korea

Merged
2012 ~ 2013
n = 146,621
Suicide ideation,
OR (95% CIs)
Suicide plan,
OR (95% CIs)
Suicide attempt,
OR (95% CIs)
Unadjusted Adjusted Unadjusted Adjusted Unadjusted Adjusted
Female       
Sexual intercourse
 Opposite sex .00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
 Same sex 1.16 (0.88–1.53) 0.59* (0.42–0.83) 2.27 (1.66–3.09) 1.19 (0.82–1.73) 1.81 (1.29–2.52) 0.76 (0.52–1.12)
 Both sexes 1.33 (0.98–1.81) 0.63* (0.43–0.92) 3.06 (2.18–4.28) 1.50 (0.99–2.26) 2.36 (1.67–3.33) 0.88 (0.53–1.45)
 No contact 0.36 (0.33–0.40) 0.62 (0.55–0.70) 0.31 (0.36–0.41) 0.66 (0.56–0.77) 0.24 (0.30–0.36) 0.54 (0.46–0.64)
Family structure
 Both parents 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
 Mother only 1.44 (1.37–1.51) 1.28 (1.22–1.36) 1.60 (1.48–1.73) 1.38 (1.27–1.50) 1.57* (1.43–1.71) 1.32 (1.20–1.45)
 Father only 1.65 (1.53–1.78) 1.39 (1.29–1.51) 1.82 (1.64–2.02) 1.44 (1.29–1.61) 2.00 (1.78–2.25) 1.54 (1.35–1.75)
 Neither parent 2.19 (2.00–2.40) 1.47 (1.33–1.64) 3.01 (2.67–3.39) 1.55 (1.34–1.79) 3.20 (2.80–3.67) 1.47 (1.24–1.73)
Health risk behavior
 Smoking 3.62 (3.39–3.85) 2.34 (2.18–2.51) 4.41 (4.07–4.79) 2.34 (2.11–2.59) 5.45 (5.00–5.95) 2.77 (2.50–3.09)
 Drinking 3.73 (3.46–4.02) 2.20 (2.01–2.40) 4.78 (4.37–5.24) 2.39 (2.13–2.67) 5.42 (4.92–5.96) 2.41 (2.14–2.71)
 Obesitya 1.61 (1.51–1.71) 1.43 (1.34–1.53) 1.74 (1.59–1.91) 1.48 (1.34–1.64) 1.61 (1.45–1.78) 1.35 (1.21–1.52)
 Health statusb 2.74 (2.60–2.89) 2.42 (2.29–2.55) 2.97 (2.77–3.19) 2.45 (2.27–2.65) 2.78 (2.57–3.01) 2.23 (2.04–2.43)
 STD diagnosisc 5.74 (4.42–7.44) 0.94 (0.66–1.34) 10.43 (7.88–13.79) 0.81 (0.56–1.17) 13.22 (9.83–17.79) 1.06 (0.71–1.58)
Violenced 4.66 (4.22–5.14) 3.17 (2.83–3.56) 6.82 (6.11–7.61) 3.87 (3.39–4.43) 7.65 (6.82–8.59) 4.10 (3.55–4.72)
Male
Sexual intercourse
 Opposite sex 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
 Same sex 1.62 (1.31–2.01) 1.29* (1.01–1.64) 2.30 (1.80–2.93) 1.45* (1.10–1.92) 2.58 (1.95–3.40) 1.69* (1.22–2.35)
 Both sexes 1.66 (1.35–2.03) 1.43 (1.16–1.78) 2.23 (1.74–2.88) 1.57* (1.19–2.07) 2.54 (1.92–3.37) 1.84 (1.32–2.56)
 No contact 0.36 (0.33–0.40) 0.76 (0.70–0.83) 0.36 (0.32–0.40) 0.67 (0.60–0.76) 0.30 (0.26–0.34) 0.67 (0.58–0.78)
Family structure
 Both parents 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
 Mother only 1.19 (1.11–1.28) 1.08 (1.00–1.16) 1.16 (1.04–1.29) 1.02 (0.90–1.14) 1.30 (1.12–1.50) 1.10 (0.94–1.28)
 Father only 1.36 (1.25–1.48) 1.16 (1.06–1.26) 1.39 (1.23–1.58) 1.11 (0.97–1.27) 1.45 (1.23–1.71) 1.08 (0.91–1.30)
 Neither parent 1.90 (1.72–2.09) 1.27 (1.15–1.42) 2.66 (2.32–3.03) 1.37 (1.19–1.58) 3.55 (3.04–4.14) 1.61 (1.32–1.92)
Health risk behavior
 Smoking 2.11 (2.01–2.23) 1.56 (1.47–1.66) 2.35 (2.19–2.53) 1.49 (1.36–1.63) 3.11 (2.84–3.41) 1.81 (1.62–2.02)
 Drinking 2.83 (2.64–3.02) 1.82 (1.68–1.96) 3.38 (3.06–3.73) 1.94 (1.72–2.18) 4.41 (3.97–4.89) 2.19 (1.92–2.50)
 Obesitya 1.51 (1.39–1.64) 1.24 (1.13–1.35) 1.64 (1.45–1.86) 1.26 (1.10–1.44) 1.64 (1.40–1.93) 1.22* (1.03–1.46)
 Health statusb 3.08 (2.88–3.30) 2.74 (2.56–2.95) 3.28 (2.96–3.63) 2.73 (2.44–3.05) 3.30 (2.91–3.74) 2.56 (2.23–2.93)
 STD diagnosisc 5.19 (4.32–6.25) 1.35* (1.10–1.66) 10.71 (8.69–13.20) 1.80 (1.40–2.32) 11.86 (9.47–14.84) 1.34* (1.02–1.76)
Violenced 3.78 (3.53–4.04) 3.02 (2.81–3.24) 6.55 (6.01–7.13) 4.77 (4.35–5.23) 8.22 (7.40–9.14) 5.56 (4.97–6.22)
  1. Notes: All the variables presented P ≤ 0.001, using simple and multiple logistic regression analysis, except *P < 0.05; P > 0.05
  2. OR = odds ratio; CIs = Confidence Intervals
  3. Outcome variable: Suicide risk outcomes = Yes (Reference group; Suicide risk outcomes = No)
  4. Unweighted sample size
  5. aPerceived very obesity
  6. bPerception of health status were quite poor or poor
  7. cDiagnosed with sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) including HIV Infection from sexual intercourse
  8. dVictim of violence (being physically assaulted, threatened, or bullied)