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Table 3 Associations between abortion method and subsequent contraception use, repeat pregnancy and abortion

From: Characteristics and contraceptive outcomes of women seeking medical or surgical abortion in reproductive health clinics in Cambodia

Four month follow-up 12 month follow-up
  No Yes Crude OR P value Adjusted OR* P value No Yes Crude OR P value Adjusted OR* P value
Effective contraception use
 Medical 93 (52%) 85 (48%) 1.00     75 (54%) 63 (46%) 1.00    
 Surgical 102 (40%) 151 (60%) 1.62 (1.10–2.38) 0.015 1.44 (0.95–2.18) 0.084 101 (53%) 89 (47%) 1.05 (0.68–1.63) 0.831 0.87 (0.55–1.39) 0.563
Long-acting contraception use
 Medical 146 (82%) 32 (18%) 1.00     113 (82%) 25 (18%) 1.00    
 Surgical 205 (81%) 48 (19%) 1.07 (0.65–1.75) 0.794 0.87 (0.51–1.49) 0.611 154 (81%) 36 (19%) 1.06 (0.60–1.86) 0.848 0.84 (0.46–1.54) 0.573
Repeat pregnancy
 Medical 171 (97%) 6 (3%) 1.00     116 (84%) 22 (16%) 1.00    
 Surgical 248 (98%) 5 (2%) 0.57 (0.17–1.91) 0.367 0.82 (0.23–2.86) 0.750 162 (85%) 28 (15%) 0.91 (0.50–1.67) 0.764 0.97 (0.51–1.84) 0.924
Repeat abortion
 Medical 176 (99%) 1 (1%) 1.00     127 (92%) 11 (8%) 1.00    
 Surgical 251 (99%) 2 (1%) 1.40 (0.13–15.59) 0.783 2.04 (0.17–24.22) 0.572 182 (96%) 8 (4%) 0.51 (0.20–1.30) 0.157 0.50 (0.19–1.35) 0.172
  1. *Adjusted for age, residence, socio-economic status and whether randomised