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Table 3 Crude and Adjusted Odds Ratios (AOR) for Contraceptive Methods used by WLWH and HIV-negative controls

From: Factors associated with contraceptive use among women living with HIV in Canada: a controlled, cross-sectional study

Method n/N Crude OR (95%CI) Crude
p-value
Age AOR
(95% CI)
Age adjusted p-value AOR* (95%CI) Adjusted* p-value
Combined Hormonal Contraceptives
HIV-negative (ref)
WLWH
11/60
3/83
0.17 (0.03–0.68) 0.004 0.18 (0.04–0.63) 0.006 0.28 (0.06–1.05) 0.06
Tubal Ligation
HIV-negative (ref)
WLWH
1/62
10/83
8.33 (1.54–100) 0.02 6.25 (1.14–100) 0.03 7.14 (1.14–100) 0.03
Top Tier method
HIV-negative (ref)
WLWH
9/62
27/83
3.03 (1.33–7.14) 0.02 2.78 (1.20–6.67) 0.02 2.17 (0.87–5.56) 0.10
  1. Bolded characters represent statistically significant values
  2. *Adjusted for age and presence of ≥ 1 contraindication to CHC. Top tier method (vasectomy, tubal ligation, birth control implant, or intrauterine device); OR (odds ratio); AOR (adjusted odds ratio); WLWH (women living with HIV)