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Table 2 Logistic regression predicting the likelihood of symptoms of perinatal depression among women in selected health centres and the affiliated district hospital in Rwanda

From: A cross-sectional study of the prevalence and factors associated with symptoms of perinatal depression and anxiety in Rwanda

Independent variablesBWalddfpOdds Ratio95% C.I.% Screen High EPDS Within Group
LowerUpper
Age 7.8430.05    
 24 or less1.061.5210.222.890.5315.6450.9
 25–29−0.040.0010.960.960.194.7446.0
 30–34−1.031.6010.210.360.071.7646.2
 35 or more (r)    1.00  66.7
Level of education 8.7420.01    
 No Education0.690.9910.322.000.517.8376.7
 Primary−0.781.6910.190.460.141.4942.0
 Secondary or more (r)    1.00  36.4
Relationship with husband*
 Strong−2.4321.1610.000.090.030.2534.2
 Poor(r)    1.00  86.3
Number of children* 10.4840.03    
No Child−2.108.2910.000.070.010.4220.7
One−1.322.7310.100.270.061.2851.2
Two−0.921.3710.240.400.091.8646.2
Three−0.130.0310.870.880.184.2660.0
Four and more (r)    1.00  73.5
Stressful life events
 None−0.461.1810.280.630.281.4434.8
 At least one (r)    1.00  61.5
 Constant3.1511.1210.0023.36   
  1. *: Predictors with a p < .05, “r”: Reference category, df degree of freedom, p p-value, B Regression coefficients