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Table 3 Factors influencing contraceptive usage in women who had induced abortion, Diyarbakir-2004

From: Post abortion family planning counseling as a tool to increase contraception use

  N Women not using contraceptives (%) p Crude odds ratios (95% C.I.) Adjusted odds ratio (95% C.I. for adjusted odds ratios)
Age groups (yrs)      
lower than 25 19 4 (21.1)   1 1
25–29 55 16 (29.1)   1,9 (0,5–6,5) 5.9 (0.6–55.1)
30–34 61 10 (16.4)   0,7 (0,2–3,3) 1.5 (0.4–6.4)
35–39 63 13 (20.6)   0,9 (0,2–4,2) 2.9 (0.8–10.7)
more than 39 39 14 (35.9) 0.18 2,1 (0,5–9,3) 1.9 (0.6–6.0)
Education level      
Illiterate 123 30 (24.4)   1 1
primary school 80 20 (25.0)   1,0 (0,5–2,1) 1.4 (0.3–5.7)
high school 34 7 (20.6) 0.87 0,8 (0,3–2,2) 0.8 (0.4–2.1)
Parity      
nulliparous 4 3 (75.0)   1 1
primiparous 21 8 (38.1)   0,2 (0,0–3,0) 0.1 (0.0–2.6)
2–4 birth 95 16 (16.8)   0,1 (0,0–0,8) 0.4 (0.0–3.8)
5–7 birth 80 19 (23.8)   0,1 (0,0–1,2) 0.9 (0.2–3.8)
more than 7 birth 37 11 (29.7) 0.023 0,1 (0,0–1,8) 0.5 (0.2–1.9)
Desire for future fertility      
stop child bearing 162 39 (24.1)   1 1
postponing child bearing 75 18 (24.0) 0.99 1,0 (0,5–1,2) 1.0 (0.3–3.1)
A modern method was introduced immediately after abortion      
yes 210 34 (16.2)   1 1
no 27 23 (85.2) 0.000 21,5 (6,4–79,1) 39.7 (10.8–145.2)
Previous induced abortion      
none 174 47 (27.0)   1 1
1 35 5 (14.3)   0,6 (0,2–1,8) 0.5 (0.2–1.9)
>1 28 5 (17.9) 0.197 0,6 (0,2–1,7) 2.2 (0.4–12.3)
TOTAL 237 57 (24.0)