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Table 4 Prevalence ratios from multivariate Poisson regression models showing factors associated with modern contraceptive use among postpartum women living with HIV attending mother baby care points in Kabarole district, Uganda

From: Modern contraceptive use among postpartum women living with HIV attending mother baby care points in Kabarole District, Uganda

VariableAmong all womenMarried or in consensual union
Adjusted PR (95% C.I)Adjusted PR (95% C.I)
Age group
 16–191.0 
 20–241.58 (0.65, 3.82) 
 25–341.60 (0.69, 3.73) 
 35–491.70 (0.71, 4.08) 
Period since HIV diagnosis
  < 1 year1.0 
 1–2 years1.55 (0.88, 2.74) 
 3–4 years1.30 (0.71, 2.36) 
 5 and more years1.26 (0.69, 2.31) 
Period since child birth
 2 to 3 months1.01.0
 4 to 6 months1.67 (0.21, 2.29)1.85 (1.33, 2.57 a)
  ≥ 7 months2.02 (1.49, 2.74 a)1.75 (0.82, 2.54)
Religion
 Catholic1.01.0
 Protestants1.94 (1.47, 2.56 a)2.16 (1.58, 2.96 a)
 Muslim1.30 (0.99, 2.36)1.60 (1.06, 2.41 a)
 Other1.18 (0.69, 1.90)1.47 (0.80, 2.71)
FP counselling during ANC
 No1.01.0
 Yes1.53 (1.07, 2.18 a)1.41 (0.99, 2.02)
Able to obtain contraceptives at MBCP
 No1.01.0
 Yes2.27 (1.32, 3.90 a)1.45 (0.82, 2.54)
Occupation
 Farmer/peasant1.01.0
 Business woman0.96 (0.74, 1.23)0.99 (0.76, 1.31)
 Salaried-job0.94 (0.59, 1.47)0.92 (0.56, 1.52)
 Other0.78 (0.38, 1.59)0.73 (0.25, 2.06)
Number of living children
 1–21.01.0
 3–41.16 (0.87, 1.56)0.97 (0.71, 1.32)
 5 and above0.86 (0.59, 1.26)0.86 (0.61, 1.22)
Desire for more children
 No – more1.01.0
 Yes more0.85 (0.65, 1.10)0.68 (0.51, 0.98)
Decision-making on childbearing
 Male partner 1.0
 Woman herself 1.12 (0.73, 1.73)
 Joint agreement 1.49 (1.02, 2.17 a)
Partner attained education
 Yes 1.0
 No 1.01 (0.82, 2.55)
  1. aP-value < 0.05 (significant), PR Prevalence ratio, Freq Frequency, MBCP Mother Baby Care point, FP Family planning