Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 4 Effects of perinatal deaths and social consequences on psychological distress after six months of childbirth

From: Psychological and social consequences among mothers suffering from perinatal loss: perspective from a low income country

Exposurea Adjusted odds ratios Wald 95% confidence Intervals Significance level Pvalue
Perinatal death 0.45 3.59 0.20-1.03 0.06
Depression at 6 weeks postpartum 3.65 13.91 1.85-7.21 < 0.001
Negative life change 1.29 0.34 0.55-2.99 0.56
Worse relationship with marital family 1.93 1.58 0.69-5.42 0.21
Worse relationship with community 0.62 0.29 0.11-3.53 0.59
Worse relationship with husband 3.89 6.50 1.37-11.04 0.01
Not valued in marital family 1.42 0.99 0.71-2.84 0.32
Felt guilty as a result of last pregnancy 2.61 6.04 1.22-5.63 0.01
  1. a Adjusted for age, education, family structure, residential areas and asset quintiles.