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Table 2 Final regression model: regression coefficients, p-value, and odds ratio

From: Antenatal depression is associated with pregnancy-related anxiety, partner relations, and wealth in women in Northern Tanzania: a cross-sectional study

Participants’ characteristic Regression coefficient p-value OR [95 % CI]
Marital status    
 Married Reference Reference Reference
 Cohabiting 0.27 0.52 1.31 [0.57, 3.02]
 Single −0.58 0.59 0.56 [0.07, 4.72]
Family support    
 Very much supported Reference Reference Reference
 Fairly supported 0.43 0.3 1.54 [0.68, 3.47]
 Not supported at all 0.34 0.43 1.41 [0.60, 3.28]
Pregnancy decision    
 Always involved Reference Reference Reference
 Involved sometimes 0.6 0.2 1.82 [0.73, 4.52]
 Never involved 1.38 0.06 3.97 [0.96, 16.45]
Pregnancy-related anxiety 0.31 <0.001 1.36 [1.23, 1.50]
Relationship with partner    
 Very good Reference Reference NA
 Fairly good 0.51 0.37 NA
 Poor 2.6 0.01 NA
SES    
 High wealth tertile Reference Reference NA
 Low to moderate wealth tertiles −0.55 0.25 NA
Relationship with partner x SES interaction    
 Very good relationship x high SES NA NA Reference
 Very good relationship x low to moderate SES NA NA 0.58 [0.23,1.47]
 Fairly good relationship x high SES NA NA 1.66 [0.55, 5.02]
 Fairly good relationship x low to moderate SES 1.37 0.03 3.77 [1.30, 10.98]
 Poor relationship x high SES NA NA 13.48 [1.71, 106.31]a
 Poor relationship x low to moderate SES 2.36 0.17 82.34 [4.47, 1516.60]a
  1. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, NA not applicable, SES socio-economic status
  2. aThese CI are too wide given low frequencies by outcome in these categories