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Table 4 Association between medical and obstetrical past history and urinary tract infection

From: Clinical presentation, risk factors and pathogens involved in bacteriuria of pregnant women attending antenatal clinic of 3 hospitals in a developing country: a cross sectional analytic study

Characteristics Bacteriuria OR (IC:95%) P
Positive Negative Total
Sexuality
  < 3times/week 32(10) 287(90) 319(90.1)   
  ≥ 3times/week 3(8.6) 32(91.4) 35(9.9) 0.834 (0.241–2.882) 0.77
Past history of UTI
 No 21(8) 243(92) 264(74.6)   
 Yes 14(15.6) 76(84.4) 90(25.4) 2.183 (1.055–4.518) 0.04
Past history of miscarriage
 No 28(10.6) 236(89.4) 264(74.6)   
 Yes 7(7.8) 83(92.2) 90(25.4) 1.09 (0.63–1.88) 0.75
Past history of Premature labor
 No 34(9.9) 307(90.1) 341(96.3)   
 Yes 1(7.7) 12(92.3) 13(3.7) 0.81 (0.101–6.491) 0.84
HIVa
No 34(10.1) 301(89.9) 335(94.6)   
 Yes 1(5.3) 18(94.7) 19(5.4) 0.517 (0.067–4.021) 0.52
BMIb
 Normal 13(11.7) 98(88.3) 111(31.4) 1  
 Overweigh 11(8.6) 117(91.4) 128(36.2) 0.709 (0.304–1.653) 0.42
 Stage 1obesity 6(7.1) 78(92.9) 84(23.7) 0.58 (0.211–1.596) 0.29
 Stage 2 obesity 5(18.5) 22(81.5) 27(7.6) 1.713 (0.553–5.306) 0.35
 Stage 3 obesity 0(0) 4(100) 4(1.1) 0.03 (0.006–0.1) 0.97
  1. a: Human Immunodeficiency Virus; b: Body Mass Index
  2. The significance of entries in boldface: significant p value