Table 2.

Reproductive, hormonal, and psychosocial factors by ADRB2 status and assessment availability

ADRB2ADRB2 assessment available
PositiveNegativePaYesNoPa
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Reproductive/Hormonal factors
History of tubal ligation4 (9)27 (14)0.3531 (13)95 (11)0.44
History of hysterectomy10 (22)41 (21)0.9051 (22)140 (17)0.08
Parous42 (93)173 (90)0.78215 (91)718 (85)0.03
Number of childrenb3.6 (1.6)2.8 (1.6)0.0043.0 (1.6)2.9 (1.4)0.42
Duration of breastfeeding,b mo6.3 (11.5)5.9 (10.0)0.836.0 (10.3)5.4 (8.7)0.40
Ever OC use22 (49)99 (52)0.75121 (51)408 (48)0.47
Duration of OC use,c mo24.8 (24.3)53.1 (46.4)0.00747.9 (44.6)47.4 (43.7)0.90
Age at menarche, y12.5 (1.3)12.7 (1.5)0.4412.6 (1.4)12.5 (1.4)0.20
Age at menopause,d y52.1 (2.5)50.7 (4.5)0.0751.0 (4.2)50.9 (3.8)0.75
Lifetime ovulatory years35.2 (4.0)32.7 (6.5)0.0233.2 (6.2)32.7 (6.2)0.29
Postmenopausal34 (76)131 (68)0.34165 (70)532 (63)0.06
Ever estrogen-only HT used13 (38)51 (39)0.9464 (39)176 (33)0.18
Duration of estrogen-only HT use,c,d mo80.3 (90.1)82.4 (82.6)0.9482.0 (83.4)82.6 (83.7)0.96
Ever estrogen+progestin HT used10 (29)35 (27)0.7545 (27)132 (25)0.53
Duration of estrogen+progestin HT use,c,d mo61.4 (38.3)64.9 (43.7)0.8264.1 (42.2)60.2 (48.7)0.63
Psychosocial factors
Depressione5 (22)14 (13)0.3319 (15)58 (16)0.82
Elevated anxiety symptomse14 (58)48 (38)0.0562 (42)155 (36)0.24
Marital status
Married38 (84)159 (83)197 (83)687 (82)
Divorced/Separated2 (4)19 (10)0.4021 (9)76 (9)0.78
Widowed5 (11)14 (7)19 (8)80 (9)
No caregivinge14 (78)39 (49)0.0353 (55)148 (50)0.44
Total caregiving time,e,f h/wk7.1 (9.2)5.2 (7.2)0.635.4 (7.3)5.1 (6.9)0.85
High job demande6 (50)34 (48)0.8940 (48)143 (55)0.26
High job controle7 (58)32 (45)0.3939 (47)121 (47)0.97
  • NOTE: Values are mean (SD) for continuous variables and number (percent) for categorical variables.

  • Abbreviations: HT, hormone therapy; OC, oral contraceptive.

  • aOn the basis of t tests for continuous variables and χ2 or Fisher exact tests for categorical variables.

  • bAmong parous women.

  • cAmong ever users.

  • dAmong postmenopausal women.

  • eAmong a subset of participants with psychosocial assessment.

  • fAmong women who provided caregiving.