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Table 1 Proportion and distribution of different independent variables with exclusive breastfeeding and non-exclusive breastfeeding

From: Determinants of none-exclusive breast feeding practice among HIV positive women at selected Health Institutions in Ethiopia: case control study

Variables Frequency
Cases (non-exclusive BF) % Control (exclusive BF) %
Age of the mother
 15–20 0 0.0 1 0.6
 21–34 74 89.2 141 84.9
 35–49 9 10.8 24 14.5
Residence
 Urban 76 91.6 165 99.4
 Rural 7 8.4 1 0.6
Marital status
 Never married 5 6.0 6 3.6
 Married 74 89.2 155 93.4
 Other (divorced/widowed) 4 4.8 5 3
Educational status
 No education 5 6 0 0
 Primary education 28 33.7 26 15.7
 Secondary education 49 59 123 74.1
 Above secondary education 1 1.2 17 10.2
Occupation
 Employed 48 57.8 49 29.5
 House wife 35 42.2 117 70.5
Family monthly income in Birr
 < 1000.00 6 7.2 4 2.4
 1000.00–2500.00 30 36.1 66 39.8
 2501.00–5000.00 47 56.6 91 54.8
 5001.00 and above 0 0 5 3
Place of delivery
 Health facility 67 80.7 165 99.4
 Home 16 19.3 1 0.6
Mode of delivery
 Normal delivery 69 83.1 143 86.1
 Caesarian section 7 8.4 13 7.8
 Forceps delivery 7 8.4 10 6
ANC attendance during pregnancy
 Yes 74 89.2 161 97
 No 9 10.8 5 3
HIV disclosure to their family
 Yes 79 95.2 165 99.4
 No 4 4.8 1 0.6
  1. ANC antenatal care