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Table 3 Effect previous use of family planning on intention to adopt PPFP

From: Factors influencing the intention of women in rural Ghana to adopt postpartum family planning

Method Intention to adopt PPFP method Univariate Multivariate
O.R. (95% C.I.)† O.R. (95% C.I.)†
Yes No
Oral contraceptive pills Yes 257 <0.01 2.53 (1.83-3.49) 2.22 (1.59-3.11)
  No 1069   1.0 1.00
Intrauterine contraceptive device Yes 9 0.03 0.39 (0.16-0.96) 0.13 (0.05-0.38)
  No 1317   1.0 1.00
Injectables Yes 301 <0.01 3.83 (2.70-5.43) 3.72 (2.61-5.30)
  No 1025   1.0 1.00
Implants Yes 19 0.62 0.82 (0.38-1.78) NA
  No 1307   1.0
Male condom Yes 358 0.97 1.00 (0.81-1.25) NA
  No 968   1.00
Female condom Yes 22 0.37 0.73 (0.37-1.46) NA
  No 1304   1.00
Diaphragm Yes 12 0.53 0.74 (0.29-1.71) NA
  No 1313   1.00
Foaming tablets Yes 13 0.43 0.70 (0.29-1.71) NA
  No 1312   1.00
Rhythm (calendar) method Yes 306 0.25 0.87 (0.70-1.10) N/A
  No 1019   1.0
Withdrawal method Yes 407 0.09 1.20 (0.97-1.50) N/A
  No 918   1.0
Emergency contraception Yes 135 0.02 1.52 (1.05-2.20) 1.26 (0.86-1.85)
  No 1190   1.0 1.00
Exclusive breastfeeding Yes 19 0.08 1.54 (0.27-1.08) NA
  No 1307 561 1.00