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Table 3 Logistic regression analysis of variables on dual contraceptive practice among HIV positive women at University of Gondar referral Hospital, North west Ethiopia, 2014 (n = 619)

From: Prevalence of dual contraceptive use and associated factors among HIV positive women at University of Gondar Hospital, Northwest Ethiopia

Variables Categories Dual contraceptive use (n = 619) COR (95% CI) AOR (95% CI) P value
Yes No
Age in years 18–24 12 44 3.1 (1.39, 6.88) 4.79 (1.72, 13.32) 0.003
25–34 52 29 2.04 (1.16, 3.59) 1.97 (1.01, 3.85) 0.048
≥ 35 18 204 1 1  
Occupation Housewife 40 131 5.1 (2.46, 10.56) 4.38 (1.89, 10.16) 0.001
Merchant 20 133 2.51 (1.14, 5.55) 1.99 (0.82, 4.88)  
Daily laborer 12 106 1.89 (0.79, 4.53 1.43 (0.54, 3.87)  
Government employee 10 167 1 1  
Counseled by HCP about dual contraceptive Yes 65 171 8.18 (4.66, 14.38) 6.56 (3.54, 12.18) < 0.001
No 17 366 1 1  
HIV status disclosed to partner Yes 72 380 2.98 (1.50, 5.91) 1.12 (0.48, 2.58)  
No 10 157 1 1  
Partner involved in post test counseling Yes 56 189 3.97 (2.41, 6.52) 3.11 (1.74, 5.57) < 0.001
No 26 348 1 1  
Ever heard about dual contraceptive Yes 82 524 7.84 (4.46, 13.78) 1.19 (0.10, 14.33)  
No 0 13 1 1  
Discussed with partner about dual contraceptive Yes 60 150 7.04 (4.17–11.88) 7.84 (4.26, 14.42) < 0.001
No 22 387 1 1  
Ever gave birth Yes 74 451 1.76 (0.82, 3.79) 1.51 (0.58, 3.96)  
No 8 86 1 1  
Most recent CD4 count (cells/mm3) < 200 5 79 1   
200–350 31 176 2.76 (1.04, 7.42) 1.57 (0.51, 4.80)  
≥ 350 46 282 2.58 (0.99, 6.71) 1.19 (0.40, 3.52