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Table 2 The association between pregnancy intention and subsequent psychological distress in partnered women, OR (95% Confidence Interval)

From: Unplanned pregnancy and subsequent psychological distress in partnered women: a cross-sectional study of the role of relationship quality and wider social support

  Pregnancy Intention groups, compared to ‘Planned’
Unplanned Pregnancy
Model All    Happy Ambivalent Unhappy   
  OR (95% CI) F p OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) F p
Unadjusted 1.73 (1.53,1.95) 78.97 <0.0001 1.39 (1.21,1.6) 2.56 (1.95,3.34) 2.72 (2.17,3.41) 39.50 <0.0001
1: + Socio-demographic 1.55 (1.37,1.76) 49.60 <0.0001 1.26 (1.09,1.45) 2.19 (1.66,2.88) 2.46 (1.96,3.07) 29.21 <0.0001
2: 1 + Preg-Related 1.47 (1.30,1.66) 36.89 <0.0001 1.22 (1.06,1.41) 1.96 (1.48,2.59) 2.19 (1.74,2.74) 21.08 <0.0001
3: 2 + Rel. Quality 1.29 (1.13,1.47) 14.12 0.0002 1.13 (0.97,1.32) 1.65 (1.22,2.25) 1.63 (1.29,2.07) 8.12 <0.0001
4: 3 + Social Support 1.26 (1.10,1.45) 10.98 0.0010 1.13 (0.97,1.32) 1.47 (1.07,2.02) 1.59 (1.25,2.02) 5.99 0.0005
  1. Design degrees of freedom (df) for models: 389 (unplanned), 387 (happy, ambiv, unhappy)
  2. F = F statistic, from Wald test
  3. p = p value from Wald test
  4. Model 1: ethnicity, household socio-economic status
  5. Model 2: model 1, plus firstborn child, smoking in pregnancy
  6. Model 3: model 2, plus GRIMS (relationship quality)
  7. Model 4: model 3, plus emotional and instrumental support