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Table 3 Association between teenage pregnancy and sexual risk behaviours among adolescent girls who ever had sex (N = 5060)

From: Teenage pregnancy rates and associations with other health risk behaviours: a three-wave cross-sectional study among South African school-going adolescents

Risky behaviours Ever been pregnant (r)
First had sex at age ≤13 .056b (95 % CI: 0.03–0.08)
Number of sexual partners .033a (95 % CI: 0.01–0.04)
Ever used alcohol before sex .012 (95 % CI: 0.02–0.04)
Always used a condom during sex -.084b (95 % CI: -0.11–-0.06)
Ever been forced to have sex .032a (95 % CI: 0.01–0.06)
Ever forced someone to have sex .046b (95 % CI: 0.02–0.07)
Ever been hit by boyfriend .048b (95 % CI: 0.01–0.08)
Ever hit your boyfriend .057b (95 % CI: 0.03–0.08)
  1. a Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed)
  2. b Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed)