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Table 5 Relative risk of being in need, not in need, or method switcher after discontinuation, Senegal 2015

From: Women’s contraceptive discontinuation and switching behavior in urban Senegal, 2010–2015

  Status after discontinuation [Comparison is “In Need”]
  No Need Method Switch
  RRR P > |z| RRR P > |z|
Age
 15–24 Reference   Reference  
 25–29 1.14 0.513 1.08 0.774
 30–34 1.46 0.061 0.83 0.474
 35–39 1.66 0.018* 1.25 0.426
 40–54 0.99 0.965 0.92 0.770
Education
 None/Koranic-only Reference   Reference  
 Primary 1.20 0.130 1.59 0.004*
 Secondary or higher 0.99 0.929 1.55 0.031*
Parity
 0 Reference   Reference  
 1–2 0.36 0.018* 1.96 0.539
 3–4 0.30 0.008* 1.27 0.339
 5+ 0.22 0.001* 1.22 0.316
City
 Dakar Reference   Reference  
 Guediawaye 1.23 0.307 1.32 0.272
 Pikine 1.15 0.515 0.93 0.801
 Mbao 0.73 0.099 0.50 0.009*
 Mbour 0.62 0.003* 0.87 0.513
 Kaolack 1.21 0.272 0.65 0.082
Wealth
 Lower 40% Reference   Reference  
 Middle 20% 1.06 0.674 1.13 0.519
 Upper 40% 1.09 0.498 1.00 0.990
Marital status
 Married/In-union 1.75 0.012* 2.08 0.050*
 Not in union Reference   Reference  
Method discontinued
 Daily Pill Reference   Reference  
 Injectables 0.55 0.000* 1.08 0.580
 Implant/IUD 0.45 0.000* 0.76 0.293
 Other modern 0.17 0.000* 1.01 0.977
 Traditional 1.77 0.079 2.93 0.005*
Source of method
 Pharmacy Reference   Reference  
 Public 0.36 0.000* 0.70 0.327
 Private 0.39 0.002* 0.59 0.102
 Other/DK/Missing 0.36 0.000* 0.69 0.263
Constant 12.96 0.000 0.30 0.090
  1. N = 2673
  2. Standard errors are adjusted for 1923 clusters (individual women) in the data
  3. *p < 0.05