Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology / 2011 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Prevalence of and Barriers to Dual-Contraceptive Methods Use among Married Men and Women Living with HIV in India

Table 3

Correlates of dual-contraceptive methods use among married persons living with HIV in Indiaa

VariableOdds ratio95% confidence interval

Sex
 Male1.00
 Female2.931.29–6.67
Posttest HIV counselling
 No1.00
 Yes2.961.22–7.19
Used contraception to prevent risk of transmission of HIV to partner
 No1.00
 Yes2.301.01–5.20
Used contraception due to partner’s preference
 No1.00
 Yes2.761.08–7.06
Last CD4 cell count (per increase of 50 cells/mL)0.730.62–0.87

aOdds ratios and 95% confidence intervals were calculated using a multivariate logistic regression model with forward selection (using as the variable entry criterion).

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