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Table 1 Female and male births and sex ratios among Indian and Pakistani populations living in Norway

From: Different sex ratios of children born to Indian and Pakistani immigrants in Norway

Time period (year) Birth order of child Indian Pakistani
   Female Male Sex ratio (95% CI) Female Male Sex ratio (95% CI)
1969 - 1986 1 259 297 87 (73 - 102) 992 1025 97 (88 - 105)
  2 197 207 95 (77 - 114) 845 904 93 (85 - 102)
  3 85 79 108 (75 - 141) 598 671 89 (79 - 99)
  4 26 28 93 (43 - 142) 357 370 96 (82 - 111)
1987 - 1996 1 283 250 113 (94 - 132) 726 780 93 (84 - 102)
  2 208 204 102 (82 - 122) 644 642 100 (89 - 111)
  3 64 103 62 (43 - 82) 565 546 103 (91 - 116)
  4 12 33 36 (12 - 60) 425 427 100 (86 - 113)
1997 - 2005 1 273 235 116 (96 - 136) 1002 1092 92 (84 - 100)
  2 202 237 85 (69 - 101) 836 818 102 (92 - 112)
  3 68 99 69 (47 - 90) 578 575 101 (89 - 112)
  4 8 17 47 (8 - 87) 289 324 89 (75 - 103)
  1. Female and male births and respective sex ratios (i.e., female/male) with 95% confidence intervals for the study periods between 1969 and 1986, between 1987 and 1996 and between 1997 and 2005 among the Indian and Pakistani populations living in Norway.