Table 1

Characteristics of female participants with reported pregnancies (N = 46) compared with female participants not reporting pregnancy (N = 406)

CharacteristicsPregnancy reported (N = 46)No pregnancy reported (N = 406)P value*
Pregnancies reported
 One pregnancy reported33 (71.74)
 Two pregnancies reported9 (19.57)
 Three pregnancies reported4 (8.70)
Age at randomization15 (13, 17)13 (12, 15)<0.0001
Duration of diabetes at baseline (months)6 (4, 11)6 (4, 10)NS
Race/ethnicityNS
 American Indian6 (13.04)24 (5.91)
 Black non-Hispanic17 (36.96)141 (34.73)
 Hispanic17 (36.96)153 (37.68)
 White non-Hispanic5 (10.87)81 (19.95)
 Asian non-Hispanic1 (2.17)7 (1.72)
Parents in household0.0081
 Lives with neither parent11 (24.44)34 (8.59)
 Lives with mother only18 (40.00)188 (47.47)
 Lives with father only3 (6.67)14 (3.54)
 Lives with both parents13 (28.89)160 (40.40)
Parent educationNS
 Less than HS education18 (40.00)98 (24.62)
 HS, business, tech education6 (13.33)106 (26.63)
 Some college education15 (33.33)128 (32.16)
 College degree6 (13.33)66 (16.58)
Household income0.0314
 <$25,00022 (52.38)148 (40.44)
 $25,000–49,99917 (40.48)126 (34.43)
 >$49,9993 (7.14)92 (25.14)
Treatment groupNS
 MET only14 (30.43)132 (32.51)
 MET plus ROSI15 (32.61)137 (33.74)
 MET plus TLP17 (36.96)137 (33.74)
Baseline HbA1c (%)6.00 (5.50, 6.90)5.90 (5.50, 6.50)NS
Baseline HbA1c (mmol/mol)42 (37, 52)41 (37, 52)NS
Ever smoked19 (41.30)127 (31.28)NS
  • Values are reported as frequencies (%) or median (25th percentile, 75th percentile), unless otherwise indicated. HS, high school; TLP, TODAY Lifestyle Program.

  • *From Kruskal-Wallis test for continuous variables with medians presented and χ2 for categorical variables.