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Table 2 IPV and other risk factors positive HIV testing among currently married women in India age 15–49

From: Association of intimate partner violence and other risk factors with HIV infection among married women in India: evidence from National Family Health Survey 2015–16

Background variables n (%) p-values
IPV
 No 105 (0.19) < 0.001
 Yes 8 (0.46)  
Alcoholic husband
 No 52 (0.13) < 0.001
 Yes 61 (0.34)  
No. of lifetime partner
 One 101 (0.18) < 0.001
 More than one 12 (0.55)  
Ever used condom/nirodh
 Yes 13 (0.15) 0.320
 No 100 (0.20)  
Sexually active
 Yes 68 (0.16) 0.004
 No 45 (0.28)  
Age group
 15–24 13 (0.13) 0.065
 25–29 20 (0.16)  
 30–34 30 (0.24)  
 35–39 28 (0.28)  
 40–49 22 (0.16)  
Number of children alive
 No 11 (0.21) 0.479
 Single 26 (0.24)  
 More than one 76 (0.18)  
Education
 No 30 (0.16) 0.210
 Primary 14 (0.16)  
 Secondary 60 (0.24)  
 Higher 9 (0.17)  
Husband’s education
 No 23 (0.21) 0.658
 Primary 13 (0.15)  
 Secondary 58 (0.19)  
 Higher 17 (0.22)  
Wealth status
 Poorest 16 (0.14) 0.361
 Poorer 23 (0.19)  
 Middle 24 (0.20)  
 Rich 30 (0.26)  
 Richest 20 (0.18)  
Access to electricity
 No 3 (0.05) 0.005
 Yes 109 (0.21)  
Access to television
 No 31 (0.16) 0.136
 Yes 81 (0.22)  
Religion
 Hindu 67 (0.15) < 0.001
 Muslim 9 (0.12)  
 Christian 29 (0.82)  
 Others 8 (0.29)  
Caste
 SC 22 (0.21) < 0.001
 ST 36 (0.36)  
 OBC 30 (0.13)  
 Others 25 (0.17)  
Place of residence
 Rural 64 (0.15) 0.001
 Urban 49 (0.29)