International Journal of Population Research / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Predictors of Contraceptive Adherence among Women Seeking Family Planning Services at Reproductive Health Uganda, Mityana Branch

Table 1

Participants sociodemographic characteristics.

Variable f %Cumm. %

Level of education
 None 73.33.3
 Primary 9645.548.8
 Secondary 8439.888.6
 Tertiary2411.8100
Nature of work
 Business woman1185656
 Civil servant 211066
 Peasant labor2411.377.3
 No work outside home 4822.7100
Marital status
 Married 15774.474.4
 Single 4521.395.7
 Separated 62.898.5
 Widowed31.5100
Religion
 Catholic 6530.830.8
 Protestant 8238.969.7
 Muslim4320.390
 Pentecostal209.599.5
 Adventist 10.5100
Discontinuing contraceptive use at some time
 Yes914343
 No12057100
Desired birth interval (years)
 14019.0519.05
 28239.0558.1
 >2 88 41.9 100 
Birth interval less than 2 years 
 Yes11253.153.1
 No 9946.946.9
Ever changed contraceptive option
 Yes13865.465.4
 No 7334.634.6
Current method of contraception
 None 3516.616.6
 Pill209.526.1
 Depo (injection)11152.678.7
 Implant3416.194.8
 IUD20.9595.75
 Condoms83.899.5
 Sterilization 10.5100
Total 211100

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