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Table 3 Odds Ratios for poor fetal growth by specific maternal psychiatric diagnoses

From: Maternal psychiatric disease and epigenetic evidence suggest a common biology for poor fetal growth

  OR 95 % CI p-value
Depression in pregnancy (n = 46)    
   Unadjusted 3.90 2.06–7.36 2.8 × 10−05
   Adjusteda 2.86 1.02–8.05 4.6 × 10−02
Anxiety in pregnancy (n = 32)    
   Unadjusted 3.15 1.51–6.57 2.2 × 10−03
   Adjusteda 2.94 1.09–7.97 3.4 × 10−02
OCD or panic disorder in pregnancy (n =10)b    
   Unadjusted 8.23 1.73–39.26 8.2 × 10−03
   Adjusteda 2.74 0.46–16.49 2.7 × 10−01
  1. aAdjusted for antidepressant medication, tobacco use, alcohol use, recreational drug use, first pregnancy vs. not first pregnancy, race (white, black, Asian, or other race/unknown), insurance (public, private, military, self-pay), maternal age (<20, 20–34, and >34 years), maternal height, and maternal weight
  2. bThe effect estimate precision in this category is very low due to a small n, but the direction of association is consistent with the other two diagnoses