Depression Research and Treatment / 2016 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Prevalence of Antenatal Depression and Associated Risk Factors among Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinics in Abeokuta North Local Government Area, Nigeria

Table 4

Associations between obstetric/gynaecological variables and antenatal depression.

CharacteristicsDepressed (%)Nondepressed (%)Total (%) value

Age of pregnancy in months ()
 First trimester (1–3 months)14 (27.5)37 (72.5)51 (100)
 Second trimester (4–6 months)23 (25)69 (75)92 (100)0.3360.845
 Third trimester (7–9 months)40 (23.5)170 (76.5)170 (100)

Was the pregnancy expected (planned)? ()
 Yes50 (21.2)186 (78.8)236 (100)6.0290.014
 No27 (35.1)50 (64.9)77 (100)

Coexisting medical conditions ()
 Present6 (50)6 (50)12 (100)4.5030.034
 Absent68 (23.2)225 (76.8)293 (100)

Gravidity ()
 Primigravida18 (25.5)53 (74.5)71 (100)0.0590.809
 Multigravida57 (23.9)181 (76.1)238 (100)

Parity ()
 Nullipara18 (19.8)73 (80.2)91 (100)
 Primipara27 (29)66 (71)93 (100)2.1360.344
 Multipara31 (24.2)92 (75.8)123 (100)

Abortions/miscarriages ()
 None56 (25.7)162 (74.3)218 (100)0.3650.546
 One or more19 (22.4)66 (77.6)85 (100)

History of previous caesarian sections ()
 Yes5 (55.6)4 (44.4)9 (100)4.5890.032
 No 44 (23.8)141 (76.2)185 (100)

Significant.