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Table 3 The prevalence, odds ratios (OR) and adjusted odds ratios (AOR) of selected indicators of risky health and sexual behaviour associated with exposure to sexual violence (SV), for 18–44 years old women in Estonia

From: What do we know about the impact of sexual violence on health and health behaviour of women in Estonia?

Risky health and sexual behaviour Total (n) No exposure to SV
n (%a)
Exposure to SV
n (%b)
OR (95% CI) AORc (95% CI)
Smoking 1596 482 (39.1) 170 (47.0) 1.38 (1.09–1.75) 1.32 (1.03–1.70)
Alcohol consumption 1599 588 (47.6) 191 (52.5) 1.22 (0.96–1.54) 1.52 (1.18–1.95)
Illicit drug use 1596 303 (24.6) 137 (37.5) 1.85 (1.44–2.37) 2.21 (1.70–2.89)
Contraception non-use 1439 104 (9.5) 47 (13.9) 1.55 (1.07–2.24) 1.26 (0.86–1.85)
Sexual intercourse for money/ material reward 1601 12 (1.0) 18 (4.9) 5.27 (2.51–11.05) 3.51 (1.62–7.61)
Concurrent sexual relationships 1165 80 (9.0) 58 (21.1) 2.71 (1.87–3.92) 2.64 (1.80–3.86)
STIs 1485 190 (16.5) 94 (28.0) 1.96 (1.48–2.61) 1.48 (1.09–2.01)
  1. aPercentage of risky health/sexual behaviour among all women with no exposure to SV
  2. bPercentage of all risky health/sexual behaviour among women with exposure to SV
  3. cAdjusted for age, marital status, education, occupation, and difficulties with paying bills