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

Research Article

Occurrence of Pregnancies among HIV Infected Indian Women: Does Knowledge about HIV Status Make a Difference?

Table 1

Profile of HIV infected ever-married Indian women in the study (1994–2009) ().

VariableCategory%







Demographic factors
Age20–24427.4
25–2911720.6
30–3419233.7
35–3916228.5
≥40569.8
EducationNo schooling508.8
Primary (1–7 yrs)12622.1
Secondary (8–12 yrs)25645.0
Higher (≥13 yrs)13724.1
Socioeconomic class Upper middle 203.5
Lower middle 29852.4
Upper lower 23541.3
Lower 162.8
Marital status at interview Living as married 34564.6
Divorced 50.9
Widowed 20736.4
Separated 122.1
Parity 07012.3
123641.5
2+26346.2
Death of a child Yes 8715.3
No42374.3
Not applicable 5910.4
Ever use of contraceptionFemale sterilization 19834.8
Condom42674.9
Pill10718.8
IUD11219.7
Emergency pills 152.6

HIV related factorsReason of HIV diagnosis During ANC 18532.5
Husband tested positive 19935.0
Illness 11820.7
Other 6711.8
Husband’s HIV statusInfected 46481.5
Uninfected 427.4
Not tested/unknown 6311.1

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