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Table 4 Characteristics of the respondents accessing ANC/ PMTCT services across the urban high-HIV prevalence and rural low-HIV prevalence settings

From: Factors associated with the utilization of antenatal care and prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission services in Ethiopia: applying a count regression model

Key variables Urban high-HIV prevalence settings n (%) Rural low-HIV prevalence settings n (%) P-value
Mean months of pregnancy 7.6 (SD = 13.72) 7.4 (SD = 10.27) 0.105
Is this your first pregnancy? 0.001
 Yes 98 (58.3) 70 (41.7)  
 No 136 (43.2) 179 (56.8)  
If NO, indicate the total number of pregnancies you have had including this one 0.178
 Two 43 (45.3) 52 (54.7)  
 Three 49 (55.1) 40 (44.9)  
 Four 18 (32.1) 38 (67.9)  
 Five 11 (35.5) 20 (64.5)  
 Six and more 15 (34.1) 29 (65.9)  
Is this your first antenatal visit (1 ANC) for this pregnancy (at any health facility visited)? 0.009
 Yes 98 (42.2) 134 (57.8)  
 No 136 (54.2) 115 (45.8)  
Is this your first antenatal (1 ANC) visit at this facility for this pregnancy? 0.003
 Yes 100 (41.7) 140 (58.3)  
 No 134 (55.1) 109 (44.9)  
If NO, please tell us the total number of ANC visits you have had including this one 0.001
 Two 44 (48.9) 46 (51.1)  
 Three 36 (48.6) 38 (51.4)  
 Four 21 (50.0) 21 (50.0)  
 Five 11 (78.6) 3 (21.4)  
 Six and more 22 (100.0) 0 (0.0)  
  1. Statistical significance at P < 0.05