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Table 2 Odds of perinatal depressive symptoms (defined as an Edinburgh Postpartum Depression Scale score > 10) among women pregnant with a male versus female

From: Fetal sex and maternal postpartum depressive symptoms: findings from two prospective pregnancy cohorts

  Unadjusted Adjusteda
  OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
ACCESS
 No symptoms (n = 228, 66%) 1.00 (reference) 1.00 (reference)
 Prenatal only (n = 58, 17%) 1.22 (0.69, 2.19) 1.19 (0.65, 2.16)
 Postnatal only (n = 27, 8%) 2.38 (0.99, 5.73) 2.05 (0.86, 4.93)
 Prenatal and postnatal (n = 33, 9%) 0.51 (0.24, 1.07) 0.52 (0.24, 1.10)
PRISM
 No symptoms (n = 390, 74%) 1.00 (reference) 1.00 (reference)
 Prenatal only (n = 71, 13%) 1.16 (0.70, 1.92) 1.13 (0.67, 1.90)
 Postnatal only (n = 24, 5%) 4.60 (1.62, 13.05) 5.24 (1.93, 14.21)
 Prenatal and postnatal (n = 43, 8%) 0.97 (0.52, 1.80) 0.91 (0.48, 1.74)
  1. aAdjusted for race/ethnicity, age, education, parity, relationship status, smoking during pregnancy, body mass index, and breastfeeding duration