International Journal of Reproductive Medicine / 2019 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Unmet Need for Contraception among HIV-Positive Women Attending HIV Care and Treatment Service at Saint Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Table 3

Association of variables with unmet need for contraception, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 2016.

CharacteristicsUnmet NeedCrude OR Adjusted OR
YesNo(95% CI)(95% CI)

Age (Years)
15-242483.62 (1.38-9.52)2.25 (0.49-10.4)
25-3436750.58 (0.3-1.13)0.29 (0.10-0.80)
35-4424291.001.00
Current Marital Status
Currently Married40751.001.00
Unmarried but living with a man44372.23 (1.24-3.993.40 (1.34-8.55
Educational Level
No education10230.39 (0.14-1.04)0.30 (0.07-1.37)
Primary15290.46 (0.18-1.14)0.44 (0.11-1.72)
Secondary23330.62 (0.27-1.45)0.85 (0.24-2.95)
Technical/Vocational17101.52 (0.54-4.21)1.93 (0.4-9.21)
Higher19171.001.00
Started ART
Yes68991.001.00
No16131.79 (0.81-3.96)0.40 (0.09-1.77)
HIV care provider talked about desire for children
Yes50801.001.00
No24172.26 (1.10-4.611.22 (0.35-4.28)
I don’t remember10151.06 (0.44-2.55)0.60 (0.10-3.40)
HIV care provider talked about contraception
Yes39801.001.00
No27183.08 (1.51-6.254.73 (1.36-16.4
I don’t remember18142.63 (1.18-5.843.63 (1.08-12.2
Decision to use or not to use contraception
Mainly respondent54401.001.00
Mainly husband/partner841.48 (0.41-5.26)0.94 (0.17-5.18)
Joint decision22680.24 (0.12-0.450.26 (0.10-0.64
Partner HIV status
Positive54591.001.00
Negative5280.19 (0.07-0.540.18 (0.06-0.66
I don’t know/ don’t want to tell751.53 (0.46-5.10)1.73 (0.39-7.72)

Statistically significant, p<0.05.