Poor mental health status* during pregnancy
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) Report
New York State excluding New York City, 2003
|Maternal Characteristics||Respondents||Estimated Population Affected||Prevalence (%)||95% C.I.|
|Total||1,215||119,716||7.6||5.7 - 9.5|
|Non-Hispanic White||925||91,723||6.4||4.4 - 8.3|
|Non-Hispanic Black||127||11,134||12.9||5.4 - 20.4|
|Non-Hispanic Other||60||6,197||7.0||0.0 - 15.4|
|Hispanic||103||10,662||13.4||4.5 - 22.3|
|Less than 20 years old||76||9,172||6.3||0.0 - 13.3|
|20-24 years old||207||22,055||9.6||4.7 - 14.5|
|25-34 years old||658||63,962||7.0||4.6 - 9.5|
|35 years old or more||274||24,528||7.9||3.7 - 12.2|
|Less than high school||165||18,514||7.2||2.3 - 12.1|
|High school graduate||319||32,029||7.0||3.3 - 10.6|
|More than high school||712||66,904||7.9||5.4 - 10.4|
|Married||866||83,653||5.8||3.9 - 7.8|
|Not Married||349||36,064||11.8||7.5 - 16.1|
|Not on Medicaid||858||82,029||6.1||4.0 - 8.1|
|On Medicaid||357||37,687||11.0||7.0 - 15.1|
*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.