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Table 2 The multivariable logistic regression analysis for exploring factors of prenatal anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic

From: Prenatal anxiety and the associated factors among Chinese pregnant women during the COVID-19 pandemic——a smartphone questionnaire survey study

Variables Odds ratio 95%CI
Demographic characteristics and characteristics of pregnancy
Age (years)
 18–29 REF  
  30–34 0.098 0.009–1.010
   ≥ 35 0.521 0.208–1.305
Education
  Junior college and below REF  
  Bachelor’s degree and above 1.970 0.799–4.858
Monthly income (CNY)
   ≤ 3000 REF  
  3001–5000 0.246 0.078–0.780
   > 5000 0.289 0.101–0.822
Trimester of gestation
  Second trimester REF  
  Third trimester 0.706 0.238–2.098
History of abortion
  No REF  
  Yes 1.256 0.297–5.306
Symptoms of pregnant status
Gravidity
  1 time REF  
   ≥ 2times 0.355 0.085–1.482
Pregnancy complications
  No REF  
  Yes 1.979 0.678–5.778
Vomiting
  Never REF  
  Ever 4.454 1.113–17.821
Mood fluctuations
  No REF  
  Yes 0.983 0.398–2.432
Impacts of COVID-19
Reported large impact on daily life during the COVID-19 pandemic
  No REF  
  Yes 1.548 0.610–3.931
Perceived susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2 infection
  Impossible REF  
  Somewhat possible 0.968 0.219–4.287
  Very possible 2.966 1.151–7.642
Community in lockdown
  No REF  
  Yes 2.219 0.715–6.888
Satisfaction with medical care
  No REF  
  Yes 0.303 0.113–0.813
Self-efficacy
   ≤ 20 REF  
   > 20 0.253 0.100–0.639
Timely support from family and friends
  No REF  
  Yes 0.581 0.224–1.506
  1. 95% CI 95% confidence interval, REF reference group, CNY Chinese yuan