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Magnitude and Predictors of Antenatal Depression among Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Care in Sodo Town, Southern Ethiopia: Facility-Based Cross-Sectional Study

Table 3

Predictors of antenatal depression among pregnant women () attending antenatal care in Sodo town health facilities, Southern Ethiopia, 2017.

VariablesAntenatal depressionCOR (95% CI)AOR (95% CI)
YesNo

Husband’s educational status
 No formal education161011
 Primary school35180.82 (0.31, 2.18)0.84 (0.24, 2.99)
 Secondary school120260.35 (0.14, 0.8)0.28 (0.09, 0.91)
 College and above164110.11 (0.04, 0.29)0.09 (0.03, 0.34)
Previous history of anxiety
 No2834411
 Yes52212.59 (1.43, 4.72)2.96 (1.30, 6.74)
Previous history of obstetric complication
 No326911
 Yes461914.96 (6.39, 35.04)19.03 (5.89, 61.47)
Regular exercise
 No682611
 Yes267390.38 (0.22, 0.67)0.16 (0.07, 0.36)
Current obstetric complication
 No333211
 Yes56926.76 (5.63, 127.10)30.38 (3.14, 294.19)
Planned pregnancy
 No162011
 Yes319450.11 (0.05, 0.23)0.16 (0.06, 0.44)
Use of family planning
 No1234211
 Yes212230.32 (0.18, 0.55)0.31 (0.14, 0.66)

Significant at value < 0.05.

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