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Table 3 Logistic regression analysis of risk factors associated with precancerous cervical lesion

From: Risk factors associated with precancerous cervical lesion among women screened at Marie Stops Ethiopia, Adama town, Ethiopia 2017: a case control study

Variables Cases, n (%) Controls, n (%) COR (95% CI) AOR (95% CI) P-value
Use of oral contraception
 No 14 (25.5) 45 (41.3) 1 1 0.048
 Yes 41 (74.5) 64 (58.7) 2.059 (1.006, 4.216) 2.342 (1.114, 4.923)
History of STI
 No 34 (61.8) 85 (77.9) 1 1 0.030
 Yes 21 (38.2) 24 (22.1) 2.187 (1.078, 4.440) 2.485 (1.192, 5.180)
No of children
 < 4 children 50 (90.9) 96 (88.1) 1 1 0.517
 > 4 Children 5 (9.1) 3 (2.8) 0.640 (0.166, 2.470) 0.481 (0.118, 1.955)
Age of first intercourse (years)
 < 15 25 (45.5) 20 (18.3) 5.625 (1.9245, 16.271) 6.703 (1.735, 10.123) 0.001
 16–20 19 (34.5) 56 (51.4) 1.214 (0.506, 2.900) 1.253 (0.518, 3.023)
 21–25 10 (18.8) 27 (24.7) 1 1
 > 26 1 (1.8) 6 (5.5) 0.333 (0.035, 3.159) 0.381 (0.034, 3.67)
No of sexual partner in life time
 1 15 (27.3) 66 (60.6) 1 1 0.000
 2–5 8 (14.5) 20 (18.3) 1.760 (0.652, 4.72) 1.480 (0.533, 4.113)
 > 5 32 (58.2) 23 (21.1) 6.121 (2.818, 13.294) 5.864 (2.67, 12.843)
HIV/AIDS result
 Negative 33 (60) 74 (67.9) 1 1 0.117
 Positive 9 (16.4) 9 (8.3) 2.242 (0.816, 6.163) 2.242 (0.816, 6.163)
 Unknown 13 (23.6) 26 (23.9) 1.121 (0.513, 2.451) 1.212 (0.523, 2.452)
On HAART
 No 4 (44.4) 4 (44.4) 1 1 0.541
 Yes 5 (55.6) 5 (56.6) 1.100 (0.156, 6.420) 1.284 (0.158, 10.448)