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Table 2 Factors associated with inconsistent condom use among both (HIV positives) groups

From: Patterns of condom use and associated factors among adult HIV positive clients in North Western Ethiopia: a comparative cross sectional study

Variables Consistent condom use Bivariate analysis Multivariate analysis
  Yes No COR [95% CI] AOR [95% CI]
Age
  < 32 45 66 1 1(ref.)
  ≥ 32 63 41 0.44[0.26 – 0.77] 0.41[0.21 - 0.79]
Residence
  Urban 92 90 0.51[0.22 – 1.16] 0.29[0.1 - 0.83]
  Rural 18 10 1 1(ref.)
Educational status
  Can’t read & write 14 35 1 1(ref.)
  Only read & write 15 11 0.29[0.11 – 0.79] 0.42[0.13 – 1.37]
  Primary 32 31 0.39[0.18 – 0.86] 0.49[0.19 – 1.29]
  Secondary 30 19 0.25[0.11 – 0.59] 0.18[0.06 – 0.51]
  College/University 19 13 0.27[0.11 – 0.70] 0.28[0.09 – 0.88]
Member of Association
  Yes 27 15 0.49[0.24 – 0.98] 0.4[0.17 – 0.97]
  No 84 96 1 1(ref.)
Presence of STI symptoms
  Yes 10 20 2.2 [0.98 – 4.94] 2.87[1.02 – 8.08]
  No 100 91 1 1(ref.)
Taking ART
  Yes 61 48 1 1(ref.)
  No 50 63 1.6 [0.94 – 2.72] 1.87[1.96 – 3.62]
Perceived stigma
  Stigmatized 12 33 1 1(ref.)
  Non stigmatized 99 78 0.29[0.14 – 0.59] 0.35[0.14 – 0.87]
HIV transmission can occur while taking ART
  Yes 104 85 0.23[0.09 – 0.56] 0.35[0.12 – 1.02]
  No 7 25 1 1(ref.)