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Table 5 Multivariate logistic regression of socio-demographic factors and depression during 1st/2nd and 3rd trimesters of pregnancy

From: Influence of perceived stress on prenatal depression in Surinamese women enrolled in the CCREOH study

Variables 1st/2nd trimester 3rd trimester
AOR (95% CI) p-value AOR (95% CI) p-value
Social support
 Community engagement   0.914   0.501
  Low 1.02 [0.74–1.40] 1.17 [0.74–1.87]
  High 1 1
  Missing   
 Individual resilience   0.027   0.038
  Low 1.45 [1.04–2.01] 1.65 [1.03–2.63]
  High 1 1
Perceived stress (1st/2nd trimester)   0.001   0.008
  Low 1 1
  High 7.21 [5.15–10.09 1.92 [1.18–3.11]
Perceived stress (3rd trimester)   0.001
 Low 1
 High 7.48 [4.64–12.05]
Age (Years)   0.135   0.072
 16–19 0.59 [0.35–0.99] 1
 20–34 1 3.14 [1.17–8.41]
 35+ 0.88 [0.55–1.40] 2.64 [0.87–8.03]
Ethnicity   0.913   0.631
 African descent 1.00 [0.65- 1.53] 0.72 [0.37- 1.42]
 Asian descent 0.91 [0.56–1.49] 0.85 [0.42–1.72]
 Other 1 1
Income (SRD)   0.449   0.383
  < 3000 1.18 [0.77–1.79] 1.30 [0.72–2.36]
  ≥ 3000 1 1
Educational level   0.007   0.004
 None, primary, lower secondary/vocational 1.72 [1.16–2.55] 2.23 [1.29–3.86]
 Upper secondary/vocational or tertiary 1 1
Marital status   0.044   0.962
 Married/cohabitating 1 1
 Not married/not living together 1.65 [1.01–2.69] 1.02 [0.50–2.06]
Region   0.990   0.210
 Urban 1 1
 Rural 1.01 [0.64–1.58] 0.62 [0.33–1.15]
 Interior 1.04 [0.64–1.68] 0.66 [0.31–1.38]
  1. Bold indicates significance