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Table 5 Psychiatric, obstetric, and subjective feeling of stress and marital satisfaction variables 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 (N = 301) Total X2 P OR
No depression (287) Depression (14)
History of perinatal depression No 272 (95.8%) 12 (4.2%) 284 (100.0%) 2.056 0.183  
Yes 15 (88.2%) 2 (11.8%) 17 (100.0%)
Past psychiatric history Absent 287 (95.3%) 14 (4.7%) 301 (100.0%)    
Family psychiatric history Absent 287 (95.3%) 14 (4.7%) 301 (100.0%)    
History of infertility No 284 (95.3%) 14 (4.7%) 298 (100.0%) 0.148 1.000  
Yes 3 (100.0%) 0 (0.0%) 3 (100.0%)
History of induction of labor No 279 (95.2%) 14 (4.8%) 293 (100.0%) 0.401 1.000  
Yes 8 (100.0%) 0 (0.0%) 8 (100.0%)
History of abortion/stillbirth No 259 (95.6%) 12 (4.4%) 271 (100.0%) 0.305 0.638  
Yes 28 (93.3%) 2 (6.7%) 30 (100.0%)
Mother-in law disputes Yes 17 (77.3%) 5 (22.7%) 22 (100.0%) 17.487 0.002* 0.113 (0.034–0.379)
No 270 (96.8%) 9 (3.2%) 279 (100.0%)
Child responsibility Yes 2 (66.7%) 1 (33.3%) 3 (100.0%) 5.621 0.134  
No 285 (95.6%) 13 (4.4%) 298 (100.0%)
Stigma of being 2nd wife Yes 0 (0.0%) 1 (100.0%) 1 (100.0%) 20.568 0.047* 23.07 (13.6–39.3)
No 287 (95.7%) 13 (4.3%) 300 (100.0%)
Financial burdens Yes 2 (40.0%) 3 (60.0%) 5 (100.0%) 35.122 0.001* 0.026 (0.004–0.170)
No 285 (96.3%) 11 (3.7%) 296 (100.0%)
DAS scale Dissatisfaction 7 (46.7%) 8 (53.3%) 15 (100.0%) 84.364 < 0. 001* 0.019 (0.005–0.069)
Satisfaction 280 (97.9%) 6 (2.1%) 286 (100.0%)
  1. DAS the Dyadic Adjustment Scale, SCID-I the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV; *statistically significant