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Table 2 Substance use among transgender women who reported always and not always using condoms with male non-commercial partners (n = 1202)

From: Factors associated with condom use with non-commercial partners among sexually-active transgender women in Cambodia: findings from a national survey using respondent-driven sampling

Substance use    Condom use with male non-commercial partner in the past 3 months
Crude n (%) RDS-adjusted % (95% CI) RDS-adjusted % (always) RDS-adjusted % (not always) P-value*
Frequency of alcohol drinking in the past 3 months
Never 293 (24.4) 22.3 (18.9, 25.6) 19.3 26.9 0.003
≤Once a month 291 (24.2) 26.8 (23.5, 30.1) 26.3 26.6  
2–4 times per month 267 (22.2) 22.0 (18.8, 25.2) 20.9 22.8  
2–3 times per week 168 (14.0) 13.8 (10.8, 16.8) 15.1 12.5  
≥4 times per week 183 (15.2) 15.2 (11.9, 18.4) 18.5 11.2  
Type of illicit drug most commonly used in the past 3 months
Never used 1068 (88.9) 88.8 (85.7, 91.9) 84.2 94.1 < 0.001
ATS (amphetamine, methamphetamine) 124 (10.3) 10.6 (7.4, 13.8) 14.9 15.9  
Other drugs (heroin/opium/marijuana) 10 (0.8) 0.6 (0.0, 1.3) 1.0 0.1  
Used drugs before or while having sex 77 (6.4) 6.8 (4.2,9.5) 8.9 3.8 0.01
  1. Abbreviations: ATS amphetamine-type stimulants, CI confidence interval, RDS respondent driven sampling
  2. * Chi-square test (or Fisher’s exact test when a cell count was smaller than 5) was used