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Table 4 INTERVENTION ARM, Three Month Secondary Outcomes

From: Primary and secondary three-month outcomes of a cluster-randomized trial of home-based postpartum contraceptive delivery in southwest Trifinio, Guatemala

Satisfaction of women still on method at 3 months (n = 60)
Satisfaction Level on Method Very Satisfied 54 90.0%
A Little Satisfied 0 0.0%
A Little Dissatisfied 5 8.3%
Very Dissatisfied 1 1.7%
Missing 0 0.0%
Reasons women discontinued initial method (n = 11)
Reason for Initial Method Discontinuation Did not Like Side Effects 3 27.2%
Partner Not Permitting Contraceptive Use 2 18.2%
Did not Know 1 9.1%
Other:
• Did not want to contracept anymore [2]
• Sterilization
• Forgot to take pills
4 36.4%
Missing 1 9.1%
Reason for Not Starting Another Method (n = 4) Partner Not Permitting Contraceptive Use 1 25.0%
Doesn’t Want to Start Because Can’t Continue Due to Cost, Time, Transport 1 25.0%
Doesn’t Know 1 25.0%
Other:
Did not want to contracept anymore
1 25.0%
Satisfaction among women who started a method after originally declining, and
Reasons women cited for not initiating a method among those who did not start a method by three months
Satisfaction Level on Method
(N = 19)
Very Satisfied 19 100.0%
A Little Satisfied 0 0.0%
A Little Dissatisfied 0 0.0%
Very Dissatisfied 0 0.0%
Missing 0 0.0%
Reason for Not Choosing a Method
(N = 15)
No Partner 7 46.6%
Partner Not Permitting Contraceptive Use 1 6.7%
Doesn’t Know 1 6.7%
Other:
• Health post was closed
• Has not menstruated yet
• Does not want to use a method
• Does not want to “ruin” uterus
4 26.7%
Missing 2 13.3%