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Table 2 Family planning practice (n = 408)

From: Family planning practice and predictors of risk of inconsistent condom use among HIV-positive women on anti-retroviral therapy in Cambodia

Variables n %
Planning pregnancy   
  Yes 27 6.7
  No 374 92.3
  Unsure 4 1.0
Knowledge of family planning methods (multiple answers)   
  Any modern method 398 97.8
   Sterilization 185 45.5
   Pill 341 83.8
   Intrauterine device 249 61.2
   Injection 299 73.5
   Implant 191 46.9
   Condom 363 89.2
  Any traditional method 0 0.0
  None 9 2.2
Source of family planning   
  Any health facility 356 87.7
Used contraceptive method during sexual intercourse*   
  Every time 194 68.5
  Sometimes/Never 62 29.5
  Unsure 2 2.0
Being able to ask partner to use condom*   
  Always 170 58.6
  Sometimes 85 29.3
  Never 35 12.1
Being able to refuse sexual intercourse with partner*   
  Possible 175 68.1
  Impossible 70 27.2
  Unsure 12 4.7
Variables related to last sexual intercourse   
  Time   
   ≤4 weeks 154 37.8
   ≤3 months 37 9.1
   ≤1 year 22 5.4
   >1 year 113 27.8
   Never 2 0.5
   Unsure 79 19.4
  Partner   
   Husband 223 87.7
   Partner living together 15 5.9
   Boyfriend 10 3.9
   Other 1 0.4
   Unsure 5 2.0
  Family planning methods (multiple answers)   
   Any modern method 228 81.4
    Sterilization 9 3.2
    Pill 40 14.2
    IUD 17 6.0
    Injection 10 3.6
    Implant 9 3.2
    Condom 193 68.7
  Any traditional method 3 1.1
  Dual method (condom + modern method) 49 17.5
  None 10 15.2
  1. *Total number of women with partners.