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Table 4 Factors associated with long acting and permanent family planning methods among women who have completed their family size in Gondar town health facilities, northwest Ethiopia, 2015

From: Factors associated with utilization of long-acting and permanent contraceptive methods among women who have decided not to have more children in Gondar city

  LAPCM Utilization Crude Odds Ratio Adjusted Odds Ratio
Variables Yes No (95% CI) (95% CI)
Age
 28-33 51 38 1 1
 34-39 36 126 2.73 (2.05, 5.93) 1.54(0.92, 3.57)
  ≥ 40 24 42 1.95 (1.12, 3.86) 1.74 (0.76, 2.14)
Residence
 Rural 21 70 0.46 (0.26, 0.81) 0.65 (0.35, 1.69)
 Urban 89 137 1 1
Educational status
 No formal education 25 98 1 1
 Primary 23 46 1.96 (1.01,3.82) 1,66(0.81,3.38)
 Secondary 37 41 3.54 (1.89,6.61) 2.28(1.17, 4.44)*
 College and above 25 22 4.45(2.16,9.16) 2.91(1.36,6.24)*
Occupation
 Farming 12 35 0.66(0.28,1.62) 0.34(0.13,2.38)
 Housewife 52 122 0.83(0.42,1.62) 0.74(0.32, 1.45)
 Government employee 30 19 3.06(1.33,7.04) 1.91(0.64,5.33)
 Self-employee 16 31 1 1
Monthly income (ETB)
  ≤ 500 28 19 4.12(1.89, 8.45) 2.34 (0.53, 6.31)
 501-1000 76 29 7.44(2.35, 11.02) 3.87(0.68, 5.91)
  ≥ 1001 24 141 1 1
No of children
  < 5 79 108 2.34(1.42, 3.84) 1.85 (0.72, 2.68)
  ≥ 5 31 99 1 1
Information about LAPCM
 Yes 87 157 17.19(4.09,27.18) 8.85(2.04, 18.41)*
 No 21 50 1 1
Previous use of LAPCM
 Yes 42 28 3.95(2.27,6.86) 3.02(1.69, 5.37)*
 No 68 79 1 1
  1. *Variables with P-value of ≤0.05