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Table 4 Factors significantly associated with utilization of at least one RH service

From: Equity of access to reproductive health services among youths in resource-limited suburban communities of Mandalay City, Myanmar

Factor Adjusted OR (95% CI) P-value*
Age group: ref = Adolescents   0.039
 Young adults 1.82 (1.03-3.22)  
Schooling status: ref = Out-of-school   < 0.001
 In-school 5.88 (2.44-14.28)  
Occupation: ref = Unemployed   0.003
 Waste recycler 4.00 (1.67-9.58)  
 Employed 1.68 (0.82-3.45)  
Sexual exposure: ref = Never exposed   0.006
 Ever exposed 3.12 (1.35-7.24)  
Marital status: ref = Never married   0.004
 Ever married 3.72 (1.55-8.91)  
Media exposure: ref = Never exposed   0.006
 Ever exposed 2.20 (1.25-3.86)  
Knowledge of RH services and providers 1.43 (1.18-1.73) < 0.001
Overall accessibility: ref = Low   0.013
 High 1.96 (1.14-3.36)  
  1. Factors included in the initial model were sex, place of residence, education attainment, personal income, parental status, father’s education, mother’s education, pregnancy status and perceived norm on peer exposure.
  2. OR: Odds Ratio; CI: Confidence Interval; * Likelihood ratio test.