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Table 4 Factors associated with long-acting reversible contraceptive use during the extended postpartum period, Ariba Minch town, 2019 (n = 416)

From: Long-acting reversible contraception utilization and associated factors among women in extended postpartum period in southern Ethiopia

Variable COR (95%CI) AOR (95%CI) P value
Age of the women
 15–24 2.39 (1.17–4.87) 3.70 (1.52–8.91) 0.004
 25–34 3.15 (1.68–5.90) 3.10 (1.44–6.68) 0.004
  ≥ 35 1.00   
Marital status
 Married 3.99 (1.66–9.55) 3.50 (1.17–10.28) 0.025
 Others* 1.00   
Women Education:
 No formal education 1.00   
 Primarily 1.42(.778–2.61)   
 Secondary 1.63 (0.87–3.31)   
 Diploma and above 2.29 (1.22–4.29)   
ANC Visits
 No visit 1.00   
  < 4 visits 2.31 (1.06–5.02)   
 4 and above 4.36 (1.94–9.79)   
Media Exposure
 Yes 2.63 (1.71–4.03)   
 No 1.00   
PPFP Counseling
 Yes 4.00 (2.61–6.11) 3.20 (1.95–5.28) 0.0001
 No 1.00   
Knowledge of PPFP
 Good 5.68 (1.13–8.51)   
 Poor 1.00   
Menses Resumed:
 Yes 4.41 (2.87–6.68) 4.9 (2.92–8.20) 0.0001
 No 1.00   
Sexual Intercourse resumed:
 Yes 6.73 (4.12–11.01) 7.10 (4.03–12.56) 0.0001
 No 1.00   
  1. Other*: single, divorced, widowed