Table 2

Distribution of ANC visits during pregnancy by socio-demographic characteristics in rural area of Indonesia, 2010 (N = 145)

Less than 4 visits

4 or more visits


Total N = 145 (%)

n = 32

n = 113

p value


Characteristic

Age (years) %

< 20

3 (2.1)

0

3 (2.7)

21-34

110 (75.9)

28 (87.5)

82 (72.6)

0.193

> 35

32 (22.1)

4 (12.5)

28 (24.8)

Parity

Primiparous

49 (33.8)

19 (59.4)

30 (26.5)

0.001

Multiparous

96 (66.2)

13 (40.6)

83 (73.5)

Mother's education

Basic education

50 (34.5)

15 (46.9)

35 (31.0)

0.070

Secondary education

95 (65.5)

17 (53.1)

78 (69.0)

Encouraged to get ANC

My self

80 (55.2)

15 (46.9)

65 (57.5)

0.318

My family

65 (44.8)

17 (53.1)

48 (42.5)

Usual source of payment

Self pay

126 (86.9)

29 (90.6)

97 (85.8)

0.569

ASKESKIN

19 (13.1)

3 (9.4)

16 (14.2)

Transportation mode to ANC

I walk

64 (44.1)

19 (59.4)

45 (39.8)

0.069

Public transportation

81 (55.9)

13 (40.6)

68 (60.2)

Complication during pregnancy

Yes

34 (23.4)

8 (25)

26 (23)

0.816

No

111 (23.4)

24 (75)

87 (77)


No relationship was found between parity and demographic factors such as educational background, economic status, age and distance from hospital.

Agus and Horiuchi BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2012 12:9   doi:10.1186/1471-2393-12-9

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