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Table 4 Predictors of the four QoL domains

From: Do modern family planning methods impact women’s quality of life? Jordanian women’s perspective

1- Predictors of the physical health domain scores. β 95% CI p
  (Intercept) 11.78 9.58–13.98 <.001
Education Primary school 2.81 0.79–4.84 0.007
Secondary school 0.37 −1.43 – 2.16 0.688
Diploma 1.48 −0.07 – 3.03 0.061
Bachelor’s degree 0.66 −1.00 – 2.33 0.435
Income More than 400 JD 0.73 0.35–1.11 <.001
Residency Owned 0.18 −0.20 – 0.57 0.347
Other −1.1 −2.24 – 0.04 0.059
Employment status Employed 0.79 0.17–1.42 0.012
Birth spacing −0.16 − 0.31 – − 0.01 0.04
Experienced side effect after using FP Very often 0.42 −0.14 – 0.97 0.141
Quite often 0.46 −0.08 – 0.99 0.092
Seldom 1.08 0.45–1.72 <.001
Never 0.76 0.11–1.42 0.023
Type of contraception used IUD 1.29 0.79–1.79 <.001
Implant and injectable hormonal contraceptives 0.66 0.08–1.24 0.026
Sterilization −0.99 −1.97 – 0.00 0.05
Male condoms 0.1 −0.51 – 0.71 0.746
Self-reported QoL Poor −1.39 −2.44 – − 0.35 0.009
Neither poor nor good −0.82 −1.74 – 0.10 0.079
Good −0.11 −1.03 – 0.81 0.816
Very good 0 −1.00 – 1.00 0.997
Self-reported health satisfaction Dissatisfied −1.15 −2.12 – −0.17 0.021
Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied −1.17 −2.10 – −0.23 0.015
Satisfied −0.75 −1.70 – 0.20 0.123
Very satisfied −1.73 −3.10 – − 0.36 0.013
R2 0.264
2- Predictors of the psychological domain scores β 95% CI p
(Intercept) 12.49 10.55–14.42 <.001
Age −0.04 −0.08 – 0.00 0.054
Education Primary school 2.52 0.55–4.49 0.012
Secondary school 2.31 0.58–4.04 0.009
Diploma 1.8 0.31–3.29 0.018
Bachelor’s degree 1.53 −0.14 – 3.21 0.072
Number of children 0.34 0.07–0.60 0.012
Time of first pregnancy −0.05 −0.12 – 0.02 0.159
Birth spacing −0.22 −0.37 – − 0.07 0.003
Experienced side effect after using FP Very often 0.29 −0.25 – 0.83 0.287
Quite often 0.28 −0.24 – 0.79 0.289
Seldom 0.05 −0.56 – 0.65 0.879
Never −0.61 −1.25 – 0.02 0.059
Type of contraception used IUD 0.05 −0.44 – 0.54 0.849
Implant and injectable hormonal contraceptives −0.14 −0.71 – 0.43 0.635
Sterilization −2.34 −3.25 – −1.43 <.001
Male condoms 2.62 2.03–3.21 <.001
Self-reported QoL Poor −0.08 −1.06 – 0.90 0.87
Neither poor nor good −0.57 −1.45 – 0.30 0.198
Good −0.14 −1.03 – 0.74 0.751
Very good 0.2 −0.75 – 1.15 0.684
R2 0.312
3- Predictors of the social relationships domain scores β 95% CI p
(Intercept) 16.21 14.10–18.32 <.001
Age −0.05 −0.10 – − 0.00 0.039
Income More than 400 JD 0.53 −0.03 – 1.09 0.062
Employment status Employed 0.71 −0.01 – 1.43 0.053
Birth spacing −0.24 −0.44 – − 0.03 0.024
Type of contraception used IUD 0.24 −0.40 – 0.88 0.465
Implant and injectable hormonal contraceptives 0.32 −0.49 – 1.13 0.439
Sterilization −2.63 −3.80 – −1.46 <.001
Male condoms 2.11 1.28–2.94 <.001
Self-reported health satisfaction Dissatisfied −1.54 −2.87 – −0.22 0.022
Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied −1.49 −2.75 – −0.24 0.02
Satisfied −0.86 −2.12 – 0.41 0.185
Very satisfied 1.12 −0.71 – 2.95 0.23
R2 0.179
4- Predictors of the environmental domain scores. β 95% CI p
(Intercept) 14.67 12.85–16.49 <.001
Age −0.04 −0.09 – − 0.00 0.049
Income More than 400 JD 0.98 0.58–1.38 <.001
Smoking Yes 0.48 −0.15 – 1.10 0.135
Employment status Employed 0.94 0.41–1.48 <.001
Duration of using FP 0.1 −0.02 – 0.22 0.113
Birth spacing −0.15 −0.30 – − 0.01 0.04
Type of contraception used IUD 0.7 0.24–1.15 0.003
Implant and injectable hormonal contraceptives −0.14 −0.71 – 0.44 0.641
Sterilization −3.21 −4.16 – −2.27 <.001
Male condoms 2.08 1.49–2.67 <.001
Self-reported QoL Poor −0.37 −1.40 – 0.65 0.476
Neither poor nor good −0.71 −1.62 – 0.20 0.127
Good −0.05 −0.96 – 0.86 0.917
Very good 0.65 −0.33 – 1.62 0.193
Self-reported health satisfaction Dissatisfied −1.15 −2.11 – −0.19 0.019
Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied −1.4 −2.32 – −0.49 0.003
Satisfied −1.39 −2.33 – −0.46 0.004
Very satisfied −0.54 −1.87 – 0.79 0.424
R2 0.312