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Table 4 Demographic data, psychiatric and obstetric history in relation to depression by SCID-I among the total sample

From: Prevalence and related factors of perinatal depression in Egyptian mothers

Variables SCID-I Total X2 P OR
No depression
(N = 287)
Depression
(N = 14)
Age 24.09 + 5.1 25.64 + 4.8   1.114 0.266¶  
Natal period Pregnancy 15 (94.6%) 9 (5.4%) 166 (100.0%) 0.495 0.588  
Postpartum 130 (96.3%) 5 (3.7%) 135 (100.0%)
Education Illiterate 72 (93.5%) 5 (6.5%) 77 (100.0%) 1.273 0.736  
Primary 46 (97.9%) 1 (2.1%) 47 (100.0%)
Secondary 22 (95.7%) 1 (4.3%) 23 (100.0%)
High education 147 (95.5%) 7 (4.5%) 154 (100.0%)
Occupation Housewife 274 (96.1%) 11 (3.9%) 285 (100.0%) 7.574 0.031* 5.7
(1.4–23.1)
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Employed 13 (81.2%) 3 (18.8%) 16 (100.0%)
Number of children 0 71 (95.9%) 3 (4.1%) 74 (100.0%) 1.756 0.416  
1 80 (97.6%) 2 (2.4%) 82 (100.0%)
≥ 2 136 (93.8%) 9 (6.2%) 145 (100.0%)
  1. SCID-I the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV; ¶independent t-test; *statistically significant