Depression Research and Treatment / 2016 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

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

Table 5

Results of multiple regression for predictors of antenatal depression.

VariablesUnadjusted OR95% CIAdjusted OR95% CI

Age
 15–20 years (ref)1.00
 21–35 years2.681.28–5.61
 36–49 years 5.001.24–20.14

Level of education
 No formal education (ref)1.00
 Primary8.531.52–47.95
 Secondary7.131.33–38.20
 Tertiary10.361.82–59.04

Marital status
 Single (ref)1.00
 Married/others3.421.31–8.98

Family size
 Small family size (1–4 persons)1.580.81–3.08
 Average family size (5 persons)4.631.42–15.12
 Large family size (≥6 persons) (ref)1.00

Type of facility
 Public health facilities (ref)1.00
 Private health facilities3.371.93–5.885.002.52–9.89

Intake of alcohol
 Yes (ref)1.00
 No3.981.48–10.765.051.71–14.94

Gender based abuse
 Present (ref)1.00
 Absent3.902.10–7.244.312.09–8.88

Was pregnancy expected?
 Yes2.011.14–3.53
 No (ref)1.00

Coexisting medical conditions
 Present (ref)1.00
 Absent3.311.03–10.59

History of previous caesarian sections
 Yes (ref)1.00
 No4.011.03–15.57

Predictors.
Divorced and separated.