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Table 3 Binary regression models for the association between pregnancy-related anxiety in the third trimester and latent methylation factors

From: Gender-specific associations of pregnancy-related anxiety with placental epigenetic patterning of glucocorticoid response genes and preschooler’s emotional symptoms and hyperactivity

Predictors OR(95%CI) P ORa(95%CI) Pa
Boys
 Factor1* 1.01(0.76,1.35) 0.934 1.11(0.79,1.57) 0.558
 Factor2* 1.16(0.86,1.55) 0.327 1.21(0.86,1.69) 0.274
 Factor3* 1.00(0.76,1.31) 0.998 1.04(0.76,1.42) 0.813
 Factor4* 1.19(0.89,1.59) 0.240 1.30(0.94,1.81) 0.115
 Factor5* 0.68(0.51,0.91) 0.008 0.62(0.44,0.88) 0.006
Girls
 Factor1* 0.95(0.74,1.21) 0.655 0.96(0.71,1.31) 0.800
 Factor2* 1.03(0.80,1.32) 0.835 1.10(0.83,1.46) 0.512
 Factor3* 0.84(0.65,1.10) 0.201 0.92(0.67,1.25) 0.576
 Factor4* 1.00(0.78,1.28) 0.970 1.19(0.89,1.59) 0.250
 Factor5* 0.94(0.71,1.24) 0.658 0.92(0.66,1.28) 0.624
  1. Abbreviations: * Latent methylation variables
  2. a represents that these ORs were calculated by binary logistic regression, adjusted by maternal age, pre-pregnancy BMI, gestational weight gain, education, family monthly income, smoking, drinking, gestational diabetes, pregnancy-induced hypertension, delivery mode and exclusive breastfeeding at first 6 months