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Table 1 Sociodemographic- and health-related characteristics of perinatal women in Sehore District, India, 2013–2016

From: Characteristics of perinatal depression in rural central, India: a cross-sectional study

  Community Study (n = 224) Facility Study (n = 130) Total (n = 354)
Age, years
 18–22 28.1 47.7 35.1
 23–26 41.5 30.8 37.6
 ≥ 27 30.4 21.5 27.1
Education, years
 0–5 47.8 25.4 39.6
 6–11 39.7 46.9 42.4
 ≥ 12 12.5 27.7 18.1
Religion
 Muslim 21.0 29.2 24.0
 Hindu 79.0 70.8 76.0
Caste
 Scheduled caste/tribe 28.6 26.9 28.0
 Other backwards caste 61.6 60.8 61.3
 General/none 9.8 12.3 10.7
Housing quality
 Low 44.6 59.2 50.0
 Intermediate 21.9 14.6 19.2
 High 33.5 26.2 30.8
Currently pregnant
 No 68.5 20.8 50.7
 Yes 31.5 79.2 49.3
Parity
 Primigravida 5.4 30.0 14.4
 Daughter(s) only 32.6 24.6 29.7
 ≥ 1 son 62.0 45.4 55.9
Disability level
 Lower 44.6 29.2 39.0
 Average 30.4 29.2 29.9
 Higher 25.0 41.5 31.1
Suicidal ideationa
 No 93.8 94.6 94.1
 Yes 6.2 5.4 5.9
Depression
 PHQ9 negative 91.1 81.5 87.6
 PHQ9 positive 8.9 18.5 12.4
  1. aMeasured with the CIDI suicidality module [30], with 12 months recall