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From:
doi: 10.1016/j.jsxm.2017.02.014

Table 4

Changes in sexual satisfaction in circumcised and uncircumcised men over 12 and 24 months of follow-up: results from adjusted random-intercept logistic regression models*

Outcome and parametersEstimate (β)Standard errorPr > |t|
Satisfaction with sexual intercourse
 12 mo0.30.10.022§
 24 mo0.70.1<0.001§
 VMMC−0.40.10.009§
 12 mo × VMMC1.00.2<0.001§
 24 mo × VMMC0.70.2<0.001§
 Secondary education0.50.1<0.001§
 Employment0.40.1<0.001§
Satisfaction with level of sexual desire
 12 mo0.10.10.403
 24 mo0.90.2<0.001§
 VMMC−0.40.20.005§
 12 mo × VMMC1.30.2<0.001§
 24 mo × VMMC0.90.2<0.001§
 Age 30–35 y0.70.20.002§
 Secondary education0.40.1<0.001§
 Employment0.30.1<0.001§
Satisfaction getting erections
 12 mo0.40.10.011§
 24 mo0.90.2<0.001§
 VMMC−0.10.20.416
 12 mo × VMMC1.10.2<0.001§
 24 mo × VMMC0.60.20.012§
 Secondary education0.20.10.039§
 Employment0.40.1<0.001§
 Marital status−0.20.10.034§
Satisfaction maintaining erections
 12 mo0.50.1<0.001§
 24 mo1.30.2<0.001§
 VMMC−0.00.10.754
 12 mo × VMMC1.20.2<0.001§
 24 mo × VMMC0.50.20.016§
 Age 30–35 y0.60.20.008§
 Employment0.40.1<0.001§
 Marital status−0.20.10.015§
Satisfaction with interval between erections
 12 mo0.50.10.001§
 24 mo1.20.2<0.001§
 VMMC−0.30.10.034§
 12 mo × VMMC1.30.2<0.001§
 24 mo × VMMC0.80.20.001§
 Employment0.30.1<0.001§
Satisfaction with ease of ejaculation
 12 mo0.10.20.395
 24 mo0.90.2<0.001§
 VMMC−0.30.20.054§
 12 mo × VMMC1.50.2<0.001§
 24 mo × VMMC0.80.20.002§
 Age 25–29 y0.50.20.018§
 Age 30–35 y0.70.30.007§
 Employment0.50.1<0.001§
 Marital status−0.30.10.002§
Satisfaction with level of pain during intercourse
 12 mo0.50.1<0.001§
 24 mo1.50.1<0.001§
 VMMC−0.20.10.176
 12 mo × VMMC0.30.20.031§
 24 mo × VMMC0.40.20.012§
 Age 25–29 y−0.40.10.003§
 Secondary education0.50.1<0.001§
 Marital status−0.20.10.001§

VMMC = voluntary medical male circumcision.

*Main effects for time (12 and 24 months), group (VMMC), and time-by-group interaction using baseline visit and control group as reference. Time-by-group interaction and other covariates are listed only for a significant P value less than or equal to .05. Age categories based on intervals used for recruitment of participants (18–24, 25–29, and 30–35 years) use the youngest age category as reference. All models were adjusted for age, education, employment, and marital status regardless of statistical significance.
Significant increases over time in the two study groups.
Significantly greater increase over time in the VMMC group.
§P values less than or equal to .05.