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Research Article

The Connections of Pregnancy-, Delivery-, and Infant-Related Risk Factors and Negative Life Events on Postpartum Depression and Their Role in First and Recurrent Depression

Table 2

Number of risk factors in the nondepressed and depressed group.

Number of risk factors1⁢Nondepressed group⁢Depressed group
%%

02221.243.8
13735.61514.4
22826.92322.1
376.72625.0
487.72524.0
521.976.7
60032.9
70011.0

Mean2 = 1.50SD = 1.23Mean2 = 2.87SD = 1.44

pregnancy, depression and/or other mental symptoms during pregnancy, complicated pregnancy, complicated delivery, infant’s symptoms and illnesses, breastfeeding cessation, and negative life events during the previous 12 months. 2Mann–Whitney test: . SD = standard deviation.

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