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Table 3 Multivariate analysis of independent risk factors for dyslipidemia in women using contraceptive hormones; in Harar town, April–June 2014

From: Dyslipidemia and associated factors among women using hormonal contraceptives in Harar town, Eastern Ethiopia

  Variables Dyslipidemia AOR (95% CI) p-value
No (N/%) Yes (N/%) Total
Age (years)  < 20 12 (92.3) 1 (7.7) 13 1  
 20–29 73 (47.7) 80 (52.8) 153 33.43 (1.23, 45.2) 0.065
 30–39 134 (82.2) 29 (17.8) 163 44.45 (1.104, 18) 0.044
 ≥ 40 19 (52.8) 17 (47.2) 36 28.05 (1.44, 30.9) 0.098
FBS (mg/dl)  ≤ 110 222 (88.1) 30 (11.9) 252 1  
 110–126 13 (15.7) 70 (84.3) 83 35.95 (14.35,89.90) 0.000
 > 126 3 (10) 27 (90) 30 35.75 (8.66, 147.50) 0.000
Eat vegetables  > 4 times/week 70 (71.4) 28 (28.6) 98 1  
 No 3 (50) 3 (50) 6 3.14 (1.27,7.77) 0.013
 ≤ 4 times 196 (64.9) 106 (35.1) 302 2.09 (0.87, 5.23) 0.070
Drink coffee  No 119 (73.5) 43 (26.5) 162 1  
 ≥ 2 times/day 11 (27.5) 29 (72.5) 40 4.810 (1.23, 18.76) 0.024
  1. AOR adjusted odds ratio, FBS fasting blood sugar, mg/dl milligram per deciliter, CI confidence interval