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Table 2 Distribution of respondents by contraceptive method adopted

From: Fertility intentions and the adoption of long-acting and permanent contraception (LAPM) among women: evidence from Western Kenya

Background characteristics No method (725) Short acting (N = 3066) Injectable (8482) LAPM (16,242) N (28,515)
Fertility intention
 Wants no more children 1.9 5.4 7.2 85.4   1892
 Wants another child within 2 years 2.2 28.0 16.5 53.3   2598
 Wants another child after 2 years 4.2 8.6 4.4 82.8   10,547
Missing/Non-numeric response 1.4 9.8 55.3 33.5   13,478
 15–24 1.7 14.7 30.9 52.7   13,078
 25–39 3.1 7.3 29.0 60.5   14,331
 40+ 4.6 9.1 25.4 60.8   1106
Number of children
 0 1.2 16.2 51.3 31.3   15,125
 1–2 3.2 7.4 8.5 80.9   5051
 3–4 4.0 3.9 4.1 87.9   4770
 5+ 5.2 1.7 2.8 90.3   3569
County
 Siaya 1.2 15.3 40.4 43.0   19,197
 Busia 5.3 1.3 7.7 85.6   9318
FP service delivery model
 Facility-based 1.3 6.9 62.0 29.8   12,792
 Mobile service 3.6 13.9 3.5 79.0   15,723
Level of education
 None 3.1 6.3 32.0 58.6   1351
 Primary incomplete 4.0 2.7 6.3 87.0   6220
 Primary complete 3.7 11.2 8.8 76.3   5402
 Secondary+ 2.5 34.7 7.2 55.6   3512
 Missing 1.2 8.2 57.6 33.0   12,030
Received counseling on family planning
 Yes 2.6 11.1 28.1 58.2   27,221
 No 1.0 3.3 65.1 30.5   1294
Project status
 New FP user and project beneficiary 0.3 17.3 23.3 59.1   12,144
 Existing FP user and new project beneficiary 3.9 6.6 22.5 67.1   6230
 Existing FP user and project beneficiary 4.6 5.6 40.4 49.4   9529
 Missing 2.0 3.4 66.0 28.6   612
Year of visit/service
 2013 1.9 5.6 31.1 61.3 4263  
 2014 2.4 8.3 31.0 58.3 17,823  
 2015 3.4 20.9 25.4 50.4 6429  
Total 2.5 10.8 29.7 57.0