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Table 2 Descriptive Statisitics: use of substances

From: Expectations and satisfaction with antenatal care among pregnant women with a focus on vulnerable groups: a descriptive study in Ghent

Use of alcohol (n = 139)   Use of medication (n = 139)  
Never 26.6 % (n = 37) Never 79.1 % (n = 110)
Not during pregnancy 52.5 % (n = 73) Yes, but not in the 12 months prior to the current pregnancy 16.5 % (n = 23)
< Once a month during pregnancy 13.7 % (n = 19) Yes, in the 12 months prior to the current pregnancy 2.9 % (n = 4)
One to three times a month during pregnancy 5.0 % (n = 7) During pregnancy 1.4 % (n = 2)
One to three times a week during pregnancy 1.4 % (n = 2)   
(Almost) every day during pregnancy 0.7 % (n = 1)   
Smoking (n = 139)   Drug-use (cannabis, amphetamines, ecstasy, cocaine) (n = 139)
Never 87.1 % (n = 121) Never 79.9 % (n = 111)
Almost never (less than one cigarette a week, but not daily) during pregnancy 2.2 % (n = 3) Yes, but not in the 12 months prior to the current pregnancy 13.7 % (n = 19)
Now and again (at least one cigarette a week) during pregnancy 2.9 % (n = 4) Yes, in the 12 months prior to the current pregnancy 5.0 % (n = 7)
Daily during pregnancy 7.9 % (n = 11) During pregnancy 1.4 % (n = 2)