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Table 3 Regressions: stressful life events, coping strategies and couple’s dyadic adjustment against FertiQoL subscales

From: The association between stressful life events and perceived quality of life among women attending infertility treatments: the moderating role of coping strategies and perceived couple’s dyadic adjustment

 Core FertiQoLTreatment FertiQoL
OR95% CIOR95% CI
Stressful events in the family of origin0.45*0.32–0.980.180.52–3.25
In family pre-existing pregnancy difficulties0.66**0.37–0.920.370.24–2.84
Health problems in childhood0.800.59–4.540.44*0.23–0.92
Problem Solving0.760.51–3.433.21**1.98–6.43
Positive Attitude2.98*1.76–5.833.54*2.11–8.49
Avoidance2.57*1.84–6.333.03*2.11–7.42
Social Support3.25**2.24–7.122.98*1.65–6.83
Das Tot2.56*1.61–6.893.53*2.80–7.52
Stressful events in the family of origin x Positive Attitude2.95*1.52–7.402.530.83–3.85
Stressful events in the family of origin x Das Tot2.31*1.54–7.111.870.91–3.54
In family pre-existing pregnancy difficulties x Avoidance0.43*0.21–0.890.39**0.12–0.81
In family pre-existing pregnancy difficulties x Social Support3.96**2.68–9.323.24*2.13–7.32
In family pre-existing pregnancy difficulties x Das Tot3.15*1.35–8.312.110.90–3.24
Health problems in childhood x Problem Solving3.76 **2.61–8.213.09*2.34–7.42
Health problems in childhood x Das Tot2.670.89–3.763.51**2.25–8.17
  1. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01. Controlled by Age, Educational Level, Type of Diagnosis, Type of Treatment, and Duration of Infertility