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Table 5 Factors influencing type of family planning method used by WLHIV in Kenya

From: Fertility intentions and contraceptive practices among clinic-users living with HIV in Kenya: a mixed methods study

Factor Short-term method, N = 179 (%) Long-term method, N = 32 (%) χ 2/Fisher’s p-value Adjusted odds ratio 95% confidence interval Standardized beta
Group
 Central Province 163 (86) 26 (14) 0.114 Excluded Excluded Excluded
 Eastern Province 16 (73) 6 (27)     
Age
 16–25 15 (100) 0 (0) 0.007 1.00 - -
 26–35 100 (79) 27 (21)   7.06 [0.89, 55.93]§ 0.48
 36–45 64 (93) 5 (7)   1.67 [0.19, 14.98] 0.12
Marital status
 Single 49 (82) 11 (18) 0.007 1.00 - -
 Married 112 (90) 12 (10)   0.93 [0.34, 2.52] −0.02
 Separated/Divorced/Widowed 18 (67) 9 (33)   3.59 [1.09, 11.88]* 0.22
  1. Short-term methods were: condoms, pills and injectables; long-term methods were: IUDs, implants and permanent methods * p = 0.036, § p = 0.064, p = 0.648, p = 0.886; Missing data in the two sub-categories means N is not equal to 240 for the outcome variable type of family planning method (missing = 29 observations)