Skip to main content

Table 5 Factors associated with condom use among female students in Bahir Dar and Gondar Universities, Northwest Ethiopia, May 2011

From: Effect of emergency oral contraceptive use on condom utilization and sexual risk taking behaviours among university students, Northwest Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study

Characters Condom Use Crude Odds Ratio (95% C.I.) Adjusted Odds Ratio (95% C.I.) P - value
  Yes No    
Emergency contraceptive prevents pregnancy      
 Yes 6 17 0.29 (0.08, 0.95) 0.22 (0.06, 0.87) .030
 No 28 23 1 1  
Current Residence      
 Inside campus 44 44 1.67 (0.5, 5.72) 3.56 (0.56, 22.72) .179
 Outside campus 6 10 1 1  
Know condom use      
 Yes 43 47 0.91 (0.26, 3.21) 0.073 (0.002, 3.49) .185
 No 7 7 1 1  
Knows one method to Prevent pregnancy      
 Yes 38 35 1.72 (0.67, 4.43) 2.13 (0.28, 16.19) .465
 No 12 19 1 1  
Condom prevents STI      
 Yes 40 29 3.45 (1.33, 9.12) 10.37 (1.73, 62.24) .011
 No 10 25 1 1  
Age group      
 < 20 8 4 2.38 (0.59, 10.22) 11.68 (1.25, 109.19) .031
 ≥ 20 42 50 1 1  
Unwanted pregnancy is youths’ problem      
 Yes 33 37 0.89 (0.39, 2.03) 1.02 (0.26, 4.04) .977
 No 17 17 1 1