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Table 1 Social & Medical Demographics among Infertility Cohort (n = 143)

From: Disparities in fertility knowledge among women from low and high resource settings presenting for fertility care in two United States metropolitan centers

  SFGH (LR) Mt. Zion (HR) Ben Taub (LR) Texas children’s (HR)
(n = 43) (n = 33) (n = 27) (n = 40)
N % N % N % N %
Region of origin
 Native United States 12 27.9 20 60.6 6 22.2 27 67.5
 Mexico/Central & South America 21 48.8 1 3.0 15 55.6 4 10.0
 Europe 2 4.7 3 9.1 0 0.0 2 5.0
 Asia 7 16.3 7 21.2 2 7.4 6 15.0
 Other 1 2.3 2 6.1 4 14.8 1 2.5
Ethnicity
 White 3 7.0 17 51.5 2 7.4 13 32.5
 Hispanic 22 51.2 1 3.0 16 59.3 7 17.5
 Black 6 14.0 4 12.1 8 29.6 9 22.5
 Asian 8 18.6 7 21.2 1 3.7 8 20.0
 Other 4 9.3 4 12.1 0 0.0 3 7.5
Education
 High School or less 18 41.9 2 6.1 19 70.4 2 5.0
 Some College or Above 25 58.1 31 93.9 8 29.6 38 95.0
Primary language
 English 12 27.9 24 72.7 7 25.9 26 65.0
 Spanish 17 39.5 0 0.0 13 48.2 1 2.5
 Other 14 32.6 9 27.3 7 26.0 13 32.5
Marital status         
 Married 21 48.8 26 78.8 18 66.7 31 77.5
 Unmarried 22 51.2 7 21.2 9 33.3 9 22.5
Occupation
 Employed 27 62.8 33 100.0 14 51.9 37 92.5
 Unemployed 16 37.2 0 0.0 13 48.1 3 7.5
Household income ($)
  < 25,000 27 62.8 1 3.0 23 85.2 2 5.0
 25,000-50,000 10 23.3 0 0.0 4 14.8 3 7.5
 50,000-75,000 1 2.3 3 9.1 0 0.0 9 22.5
 75,000-100,000 1 2.3 1 3.0 0 0.0 9 22.5
  > 100,000 0 0.0 28 84.9 0 0.0 16 40.0
 Did not wish to report 4 9.3 0 0.0 0 0 1 2.5
Parity
 Yes 22 51.2 19 57.6 16 59.3 22 55.0
 No 21 48.8 14 42.4 11 40.7 18 45.0
Prior treatment
 Yes 4 9.3 16 48.5 0 0.0 1 2.5
 No 29 67.4 17 51.5 27 100.0 39 97.5
 Did not wish to report 10 23.3 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0