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Table 3 Multivariate Logistic Regression Examining Factors Associated with the uptake of Postpartum Intrauterine Contraceptive Device Use

From: Factors associated with the uptake of immediate postpartum intrauterine contraceptive devices (PPIUCD) in Rwanda: a mixed methods study

Variable C.O.R**. (95% CI) p-value a.O.R***. (95% CI) p-Value
Parity
 P1 1   1  
 P2-p4 3.450 (1.868–6.370) 0.001* 2.265 (1.472–3.163) 0.004*
 P4 5.260 (2.472–11.194) 0.001* 3.524 (1.711–7.257) 0.001*
Mode of delivery
 Cesarean section 1   1 1
 Normal delivery 0.285 (0.166–0.489) 0.001* 2.623 (2.017–6.507) 0.001*
Pregnancy interval
  > 24 months 1   1 1
 12-24 months 1.115 (0.662–1.877) 0.682 1.517 (1.293–3.115) 0.101
 6–12 months 1.934 (1.086–3.445) 0.025* 2.123 (1.477–2.706) 0.001*
PPIUCD counselling
 Yes 1.733 (1.919–3.265) 0.001* 2.072 (1.018–4.218) 0.001*
 No 1   1  
Age
 35–40 4.740 (2.393–9.387) 0.001* 3.560 (1.660–7.632) 0.001
 25–34 2.737 (1.630–4.596) 0.001* 2.515 (1.401–4.515) 0.002
 15–24 1   1  
Level of education
 No formal education 1   1  
 Primary 1.281 (0.776–2.116) 0.333 1.691 (0.941–3.037) 0.079
 Tertiary 2.132 (1.900–3.050) 0.333 2.530 (1.401–4.260) 0.045*
Spouse approval
 Yes 0.388 (0.237–0.638) 0.001* 2.591 (1.485–4.492) 0.001*
 No 1   1  
  1. *p < 0.05: significant variables; **COR crude odds ratios ***aOR Adjusted odds ratio