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Table 2 Contraceptive methods suggested by providers

From: Young peoples’ interface with providers of contraceptive care: a simulated client study in two Ugandan districts

Contraceptive suggestion n (%)
Provider suggested contraceptive method N = 125  
 Yes 89 (71.2)
 No 36(28.2)
Suggested methods with/without children N = 89  
 Client with children 52 (58.4)
 Client with no children 37 (41.6)
Specific method suggested to clients with children N = 52  
 Progestin-only injection 28 (53.8)
 Oral contraceptive pills 9 (17.3)
 Fertility awareness methods (FAM) 7 (13.5)
 Condom 1 (2.0)
 Intra-uterine device (IUD) 2 (3.8)
 Implants 5 (9.6)
Methods suggested to clients with no children N = 37  
 Progestin-only injection 15 (40.5)
 Oral contraceptive pills 4 (10.8)
 Fertility awareness methods (FAM) 4 (10.8)
 Condom 11 (29.7)
 Intra-uterine device (IUD) 1(2.7)
 Implants 2 (5.4)
  1. Parity of client is based on case scenario where simulated client were required to say they had children