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Table 3 The association between the characteristics of the respondents, knowledge, attitude, breastfeeding self-efficacy, and maternal breastfeeding satisfaction

From: Breastfeeding self-efficacy as a dominant factor affecting maternal breastfeeding satisfaction

Independent Variables Content Variables
Maternal Breastfeeding Satisfaction
OR (95% CI) p Value
High Low   
n % n %
Age
 Young Adult 40 56.3 31 43.7 1.83 (1.02–3.28) 0.058
 Adult 55 41.4 78 58.6
Education
 Low 21 55.3 27 44.7 1.65 (0.80–3.38) 0.234
 High 74 44.6 92 55.4
Employment
 Unemployed 91 47.9 99 52.1 2.30 (0.70–7.56) 0.262
 Employed 4 28.6 10 71.4  
Household Income
 Below Minimum 81 52.9 72 47.1 2.97 (1.49–5.94) 0.003
 Above Minimum 14 27.5 37 72.5
Parity
 Primipara 33 46.5 38 53.5 0.99 (0.56–1.77) 1.000
 Multipara 62 46.6 71 53.4
Delivery Type
 Major Surgery 6 20 24 80 0.24 (0.09–0.61) 0.003
 Normal (per vaginal) 89 51.1 85 48.9
Knowledge
 High 56 42.7 75 57.3 0.65 (0.36–1.15) 0.187
 Low 39 53.4 34 46.6  
Attitude
 Negative 57 52.8 51 47.2 1.71 (0.98–2.98) 0.081
 Positive 38 39.6 58 60.4  
Self-efficacy
 High 71 78.9 19 21.1 14.01 (7.1–27.5) 0.001
 Low 24 21.1 90 78.9  
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