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Table 4 Logistic regression model showing determinants of expectant mothers’ anxiety symptoms

From: Prevalence and determinants of antepartum depressive and anxiety symptoms in expectant mothers and fathers: results from a perinatal psychiatric morbidity cohort study in the east and west coasts of Malaysia

Associated factors Full model Final model
Adjusted OR CI95% Adjusted OR CI95%
Socioeconomic status
 Site     
  East coast 1    
  West coast 1.22 0.87–1.71  
 Education
  Primary 1    
  Secondary 2.42 0.53–11.08  
  Tertiary 3.53 0.76–16.37  
 Income earner
  No 1   1  
  Yes 0.60 0.42–0.84 0.73 0.53–1.00
 Living condition
  Own house 1   1  
  Rented house 1.29 0.87–1.91 1.47 1.01–2.13
  Living with parents/in-laws 1.82 1.15–2.88 2.18 1.41–3.37
 Social support
  Family support 1.05 1.01–1.13 1.07 1.03–1.13
Intimate partner violence
  Physical violence during pregnancy
  No 1    
  Yes 3.87 0.94–15.90  
 Relationship with husband
  Good 1   1  
  Poor 1.49 0.98–2.27 1.74 1.17–2.57
Pregnancy related indicators
 Parity
  Multi 1    
  Primi 1.08 0.66–1.70  
 Number of children 0.88 0.74–1.06  
 Husband’s sex preference
  No 1    
  Yes 1.09 0.78–1.53  
 Restriction during pregnancy
  No 1   1  
  Yes 2.22 1.59–3.11 2.30 1.63–3.13
 Stressful life event
  No 1   1  
  Yes 1.77 1.16–2.68 1.84 1.23–2.75