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Table 3 Logistic regression model of individual and socio-structural factors associated with condom use at last sex among MSM in Terai districts of Nepal, (n = 165, missing = 2)

From: Prevalence of HIV, syphilis, and assessment of the social and structural determinants of sexual risk behaviour and health service utilisation among MSM and transgender women in Terai highway districts of Nepal: findings based on an integrated biological and behavioural surveillance survey using respondent driven sampling

  Crude OR 95% CI P-value AOR 95% CI P-value
Individual factors
Age 0.97 0.94–1.01 0.140    
Income level
  Less than 3000 1    1   
  3000–10,000 0.52 0.24–1.11 0.091 0.56 0.24–1.28 0.168
  Above 10,000 0.43 0.18–1.01 0.052 0.36 0.14–0.92 0.032
Total       
Living situation
  No home/rented 1    1   
  Own home/resident. Hotel 1.90 0.93–3.87 0.078 1.95 0.90–4.25 0.092
Syphilis
  Negative 1      
  Positive 2.56 0.68–9.67 0.166    
Socio-structural factors
Forced by family to marry female
  No 1    1   
  Yes 0.68 0.35–1.31 0.251 0.42 0.19–0.95 0.037
Cheated/threatened due to sexual behaviour in past year
  No 1      
  Yes 2.01 0.83–4.87 0.124    
Away from home last month
  No 1      
  Yes 0.52 0.26–1.04 0.063    
Interacted with PE, OE or CM or CE last 12 months
  No 1      
  Yes 2.40 1.28–4.53 0.007    
Visited outreach centre in the last 12 months
  No 1    1   
  Yes 3.35 1.71–6.55 < 0.001 5.37 2.42–11.94 < 0.001