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Table 5 Determinants of dual contraception acceptance

From: Improving public health service delivery response to address contraceptive needs of socio-economically disadvantaged HIV positive people in Maharashtra, India

Background Variables Unadjusted Odds Ratio Adjusted Odds Ratio
Index client Male 1 1
Female 2** (1.42–2.81) 1.66* (1.12–2.46)
Education Status Literate 1 1
Illiterate 1.62 (0.96–2.72) 1.44 (0.8–2.59)
CD4 count above 80th Percentile No 1 1
Yes 1.26 (0.83–1.9) 1.7* (1.07–2.71)
Partner HIV Status Negative 1 1
Positive 1.97** (1.4–2.77) 1.65* (1.13–2.43)
Decision Making Self 1 1
Husband/Family/Doctors/Others 1.63* (1.04–2.53) 1.26 (0.77–2.08)
Method preference Condom Only 1 1
Dual methods 4.92** (3.26–7.44) 4.56** (2.94–7.06)
  1. **p < 0.001, *p < 0.05
  2. Variables like religion, place of residence, type of family, per capita income, ART status, perception of family planning method being harmful, sexual partner other than the spouse, currently sexually active, desiring another child in future, spouse desiring the same number of children, any illness in last one month showed insignificant results