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Table 2 Relationship between miscarriage history and S-PBQ score from linear regression models at 1 month, 6 months postpartum, and 12 months postpartum

From: Effect of miscarriage history on maternal-infant bonding during the first year postpartum in the First Baby Study: a longitudinal cohort study

  Unadjusted model Model adjusted for multiple factors‡
  β (95% CI) p-value β (95% CI) p-value
1 month postpartum:     
  No history of miscarriage Ref   Ref  
  History of 1 or more miscarriages -0.15 (-0.41, 0.11) 0.268 -0.10 (-0.32, 0.13) 0.409
6 months postpartum:     
  No history of miscarriage Ref   Ref  
  History of 1 or more miscarriages 0.02 (-0.19, 0.23) 0.858 0.04 (-0.16, 0.23) 0.725
12 months postpartum:     
  No history of miscarriage Ref   Ref  
  History of 1 or more miscarriages -0.01 (-0.24, 0.21) 0.907 -0.05 (-0.25, 0.15) 0.593
  1. ‡Model 2 adjusted for maternal age, use of fertility advice or treatment, marital status, race/ethnicity, education, poverty status, mode of delivery, infant hospitalization at birth, birth experience, postpartum mental health visits, history of depression, probable postpartum depression, maternal stress, and social support.