International Journal of Population Research / 2015 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

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

Table 4

Predictors of adherence and related outcomes.

Variable OR (95% CI) (S.E) value

Birth interval less than 2 years
 Unadjusted odds
  Lack of male partner support 2.159 (1.235–3.774).77 (.29)0.007
  Education level attained 2.243 (1.287–3.909).81 (.28)0.004
 Adjusted odds
  Lack of male partner support 2.014 (1.140–3.557).70 (.29)0.0160
  Education level attained 2.103 (1.196–3.699).74 (.29)0.0100
Discontinuation contraceptive use at some time for reasons other than pregnancy
 Unadjusted odds
  Education level attained 2.697 (1.537–4.731).99 (.29)0.001
  Low self-efficacy 1.953 (1.124–3.393).67 (.28)0.018
 Adjusted odds
  Education level attained 2.484 (1.403–4.397).91 (.29)0.002
  Low self-efficacy 1.698 (1.959–3.004).53 (.29)0.069
Having more children than desired
 Unadjusted odds
  Perceived benefit from adherence0.177 (0.039–0.813)−1.731 (.77)0.026
  Low self-efficacy 6.923 (1.510–31.750)1.935 (.77)0.013
  Discontinuation contraceptive use 5.317 (1.444–19.665)1.671 (.67)0.012
  Start contraceptive use after 22 years7.213 (1.573–33.085)1.976 (.78)0.011
 Adjusted odds
  Perceived benefit from adherence0.146 (0.029–0.735)−1.1925 (.821)0.0200
  Low self-efficacy 7.635 (1.541–37.852)2.033 (.817)0.010
  Discontinue contraceptive use 5.337 (1.313–21.689)1.675 (.715)0.019

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