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Table 2 Multivariable GEE logistic regression results to assess the association between counseling on postpartum family planning (PPFP) during ANC and PPFP use at public health facilities of Bahir- Dar City Administration (N = 823), October 2015 to August 2016

From: Counseling on family planning during ANC service increases the likelihood of postpartum family planning use in Bahir Dar City Administration, Northwest Ethiopia: a prospective follow up study

Variables Postpartum modern family planning use COR(95%CI) AOR(95%CI)
Yes (%) No (%)
PPFP counselling during ANC
 Counselled at least in one visit 72 (38.5) 115 (61.5) 4.06 (2.80,5.89) 3.47 (2.19,5.49)*
 Not counselled at all 85 (13.4) 551 (86.6) 1.00 1.00
Residence
 Urban 154 (21.2) 574 (78.8) 8.23 (2.57,26.34) 1,02 (0.33,3.12)
 Rural 3 (3.2) 92 (96.8) 1.00 1.00
Educational status
 Secondary school and above 118 (24.9) 355 (75.1) 3.78 (2.10,6.77) 1.47 (0,67,3.25)
 Primary school 25 (14.1) 152 (85.9) 1.87 (0.936,3.73) 1.12 (0.47,2.71)
 No formal education 14 (8.1) 159 (91.9) 1.00 1.00
Occupation
 Employee a 84 (27.0) 227 (73.0) 10.61 (3.27,34.46) 1.93 (0.50,7.48)
 House wife 70 (16.5) 353 (83.5) 5.67 (1.75,18.49) 1.47 (0.41,5.32)
 Farmer 3 (3.4) 86 (96.6) 1.00 1.00
Counselling on BPRCP
 Counselled at least in one visit 116 (26.9) 315 (73.1) 3.15 (2.14,4.64) 2.16 (1.32,3.55)*
 Not counselled at all 41 (10.5) 351 (89.5) 1.00 1.00
Counselling on breast feeding
 Counselled at least in one visit 72 (32.6) 149 (67.4) 2.94 (2.04,4.23) 1.80 (1.15,2.82)*
 Not counselled at all 85 (14.1) 517 (85.9) 1.00 1.00
At least one PNC visit
 yes 96 (60.4) 63 (39.6) 15.06 (9.97,22.80) 13.49 (8.24,22.07)*
 no 61 (9.2) 603 (90.8) 1.00 1.00
Satisfaction on ANC service during pregnancy
 Satisfied 111 (29.5) 265 (70.5) 3.65 (2.50,5.32) 4.12 (2.55,6.66)*
 Not satisfied 46 (10.3) 401 (89.7) 1.00 1.00
  1. *Indicates significant difference at p < 0.05
  2. aGovernment, private and Nongovernmental organization employees