Poor mental health status* during pregnancy
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) Report
New York State excluding New York City, 2001
|Maternal Characteristics||Respondents||Estimated Population Affected||Prevalence (%)||95% C.I.|
|Total||1,245||120,345||8.1||6.1 - 10.0|
|Non-Hispanic White||963||93,650||8.2||6.0 - 10.3|
|Non-Hispanic Black||111||9,767||14.0||5.4 - 22.6|
|Non-Hispanic Other||52||4,099||0.4||0.0 - 1.1|
|Hispanic||119||12,829||5.2||0.4 - 10.0|
|Less than 20 years old||101||10,505||17.0||7.5 - 26.4|
|20-24 years old||204||21,509||9.6||4.7 - 14.5|
|25-34 years old||679||64,911||7.4||4.9 - 9.9|
|35 years old or more||261||23,420||4.5||1.4 - 7.6|
|Less than high school||170||16,835||12.0||5.7 - 18.4|
|High school graduate||348||36,582||9.5||5.7 - 13.4|
|More than high school||707||65,522||5.8||3.7 - 8.0|
|Married||921||87,611||5.7||3.9 - 7.5|
|Not Married||324||32,734||14.4||9.4 - 19.3|
|Not on Medicaid||908||87,135||5.6||3.8 - 7.4|
|On Medicaid||337||33,210||14.5||9.6 - 19.5|
*Poor mental health status during pregnancy includes respondents who describe the time during their
most recent pregnancy as a very hard time or one of the worst times of their life.
- Respondents - The number of mothers who responded to this question.
- Estimated Population Affected - Number of mothers/infants with characteristic or condition.