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Table 3 Childhood conditions related to somatic symptoms at age 18, RR and RD with 95%-CI, N = 2341

From: Do negative childhood conditions increase the risk of somatic symptoms in adolescence? – a prospective cohort study

  Crude Partly adjustedb Fully adjustedc
  Prevalencea
(%)
RR
(95%-CI)
RD
(95%-CI)
(%)
Prevalencea
(%)
RR
(95%-CI)
RD
(95%-CI)
(%)
Prevalencea
(%)
RR
(95%-CI)
RD
(95%-CI)
(%)
Somatic symptoms mother
age 15, n = 1760
 few 22 ref ref 16 ref ref 14 ref ref
 many 29 1.33 (1.10;1.61) 7 (2;12) 23 1.28 (1.06;1.55) 6 (2;11) 16 1.25 (0.97;1.61) 5 (−0.6;11)
Somatic symptoms father
age 15, n = 1502
 few 22 ref ref 19 ref ref 14 ref ref
 many 29 1.32 (1.07;1.62) 7 (1;13) 25 1.29 (1.04;1.59) 6 (0.4;12) 22 1.35 (1.04;1.74) 7 (0.9;14)
Family functioning
 age 15, n = 2880          
 good 23 ref ref 20 ref ref 14 ref ref
 poor 31 1.35 (1.15;1.58) 8 (3;13) 27 1.30 (1.10;1.53) 7 (2;12) 22 1.32 (1.00;1.75) 7 (0.2;14)
Number of negative life events
up to age 15, n = 2959
 0–1 23 ref ref 21 ref ref 14 ref ref
 2 or more 37 1.61 (1.33;1.94) 14 (7;21) 34 1.54 (1.26;1.89) 14 (6;21) 23 1.25 (0.79;1.99) 9 (−5;22)
  1. aPrevalence of somatic symptoms at age 15 in relation to the different exposure categories
  2. bPartly adjusted: adjusted for parental household income and highest education in the family
  3. cFully adjusted: adjusted for parental household income, highest education in the family, and all other childhood conditions, n = 895