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Table 1 Characteristics of pregnant women with confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection

From: Maternal and perinatal characteristics and outcomes of pregnancies complicated with COVID-19 in Kuwait

Characteristic Total number = 185 (%)
Age, years (median, IQR) 31 (27.5–34)
Parity:
 Nulliparous 36 (19.5%)
 Multiparous 149 (80.5%)
Pre-existing medical disease:
 Hypothyroidism 7 (3.9%)
 Bronchial Asthma 4 (2.2%)
 Chronic diabetes 1 (0.5%)
 Others (rheumatoid arthritis n = 1, anxiety n = 1, peptic ulcer = 1, n = 1, Crohn’s disease, n = 1, beta-thalassemia minor = 1) 5 (2.8%)
 Missing data 5 (2.8%)
 Gestational diabetes 19 (10.3%)
 Preeclampsia 4 (2.3%)
 Gestational Age at diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2 infection weeks (median, IQR) 29 (18–34)
Trimester:
 1st (less than 12 weeks) 21 (11.4%)
 2nd (13–27 weeks) 64 (34.6%)
 3rd (>  28 weeks) 95 (51.3%)
 Postpartum 5 (2.7%)
 Multiple pregnancies 2 (1.1%)
Symptoms: 165
 Fever 105 (58%)
 Cough 90 (50.6%)
 Loss of smell 10 (5.8%)
 Sore throat /rhinorrhea 42 (24.3%)
 Malaise/Fatigue 26 (15.1%)
 Chest pain/shortness of breath 22 (12.8%)
 Vomiting/diarrhea 11 (6.4%)
 Duration of symptoms prior to admission, days 2 (1–4)
 Asymptomatic 21 (11.3%)