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Table 2 Associations between low social acceptance at baseline and persistent musculoskeletal pain at follow-up, main analysis

From: Low social acceptance among peers increases the risk of persistent musculoskeletal pain in adolescents. Prospective data from the Fit Futures Study

Exposure
Outcome
  Crude Adjusteda
Cases/total OR 95%CI OR 95% CI
Low social acceptance
Persistent MSK pain 57/524 1.8 1.0–3.1 1.8 1.0–3.2
Low social acceptance
Severe Persistent MSK pain 26/506 1.2 0.5–2.8 1.2 0.5–2.9
  1. Analyses of participants with no persistent MSK pain at baseline
  2. MSK musculoskeletal, Severe MSK pain pain intensity ≥5 (1–10)
  3. a Adjusted for sex and chronic diseases