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Table 4 Factors associated with regular condom use during sexual intercourse (SI) in past 3 months

From: Sexual health, risky sexual behavior and condom use among adolescents young adults and older adults in Chiang Mai, Thailand: findings from a population based survey

  Crude odds ratio (OR) Adjusted OR p value
Age group in years    0.31*
 15–19 Reference Reference  
 20–29 0.77 (0.19–3.11) 2.93 (0.63–13.7)  
 30–39 0.29 (0.07–1.24) 2.20 (0.53–9.08)  
 40–49 0.10 (0.02–0.45) 1.12 (0.26–4.84)  
 50–59 0.12 (0.28–0.53) 1.45 (0.35–5.96)  
 Over 60 0.07 (0.01–0.40)  
Age at first SI (increase) 0.98 (0.89–1.06) 1.06 (0.97–1.15) 0.17
Sex (male) 1.84 (1.07–3.16) 1.34 (0.72–2.49) 0.35
Marital status    < 0.01*
 Widowed/separated/divorced Reference Reference  
 Married/partnered 1.16 (0.15–8.88) 1.23 (0.14–10.8)  
 Single 18.5 (2.31–147.9) 9.49 (1.02–88.7)  
Monthly personal (increase) 1.88 (1.50–2.36) 1.87 (1.31–2.65) < 0.01
Location
 Urban Reference Reference  
 Rural 1.41 (0.81–2.43) 0.71 (0.35–1.42) 0.33
Highest education (increase) 1.84 (1.49–2.28) 1.06 (0.75–1.50) 0.74
More than 1 partner in past 3 months 34.0 (7.77–149.2) 41.6 (6.59–262.7) < 0.01
Use alcohol/drugs before SI in past 3 months 2.42 (1.13–5.17) 1.02 (0.43–2.46) 0.96
  1. Analysis conducted among those who had a history of having had sexual intercourse in the past 3 months. Regular condom used defined as having used condom most of the time and all of the time in past 3 months: * overall p value using likelihood ratio test