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Table 3 Association of migration status with reproductive health care services used controlling for group differences (N = 14,191)

From: Use of reproductive health care services among urban migrant women in Bangladesh

Variables Coefficient Odds ratio 95 % C.I. Level of Sig.
Lower Upper
Current use of modern contraceptives by married women (N = 6350a)b
Migrant women −.12 .89 .75 1.06 .190
ANC used at last pregnancy (N = 5183a)b
Migrant women −.73 .48 .41 .56 .000
Treatment sought for STIs (N = 3930a)c
Migrant women −.09 .91 .795 1.05 .193
Modern facilities used for birth (N = 5183a)b
Migrant women −.55 .58 .50 .67 .000
Medical check after birth (N = 5183a)b
Migrant women −.47 .63 .55 .71 .000
Vitamin A after birth (N = 5183a)b
Migrant women −.19 .83 .73 .94 .004
  1. aLower than N = 14,191 due to missing data; of all women aged 10–59 years, 7.3 % (of 14,191) were past the reproductive span (50–59 years), therefore use of reproductive health care services might not be applicable to this age group
  2. bControlling for current age, Muslim religion, working currently, attended school, slum residence, health care decision by the respondents with or without other, perceived security of the area
  3. cControlling for current age, Muslim religion, working currently, attended school, urban slum as place of current residence