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Table 1 Participants and COVID-19 characteristics

From: The mental health crisis of expectant women in the UK: effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on prenatal mental health, antenatal attachment and social support

Participant characteristic Value Pregnancy information Value
Age (mean year ± SD) 31.06 (4.64) High risk pregnancy 43 (29)
Years in education (mean year ± SD) 16.55 (4.50) Low risk pregnancy 107 (72)
Ethnicity (N/%)
 White 140 (93) Mental health issues before pregnancy (N/%)  
 Black/African/Caribbean/Black British 4 (3)  Yes 85 (57)
 Asian/Asian British 1 (1)  No 59 (40)
 Mixed/Multiple Ethnic Group 3 (2)  Not sure 6 (4)
 Arab 2 (1) Mental health issues during pregnancy before COVID-19 (N/%)
 Other 0 (0)  Yes 49 (33)
 Prefer not to answer 0 (0)  No 98 (66)
Current relationship (N/%)    Not sure 3 (2)
 Married/civil partnership 83 (55) Mental health issues during pregnancy since COVID-19 (N/%)
 Single 4 (3)  Yes 68 (46)
 Cohabiting 61 (41)  No 79 (53)
 Separated/divorced 1 (1)  Not sure 3 (2)
 Widowed 1 (1) Suspected COVID-19 (with or without test results) (N/%)  
 Prefer not to answer 0 (0)  Yes 20 (15)
Household size (including participant) (N/%)    No 112 (85)
 1 person 2 (2)  Not sure 0 (0)
 2 people 72 (56) Partner suspected COVID-19(with or without test results) (N/%)
 3 people 40 (31)  Yes 17 (13)
 4 people 19 (15)  No 115 (87)
 5 or more people 3 (2)  Not sure 0 (0)
Access to outdoor space (N/%)   Significant person suspected COVID-19 (with or without test results) (N/%)
 Yes 124 (97)  Yes 28 (21)
 No 4 (3)  No 83 (63)
    Not sure 21 (16)