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Table 7 Results from linear regression analysis adjusting for the number of years married: Factors associated with the number of children fathered among currently married men aged 20–49

From: Child marriage among boys in high-prevalence countries: an analysis of sexual and reproductive health outcomes

Country   Regression coefficient P value Confidence interval
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Marriage by age 18 −0.05 0.732 (−0.37–0.26)
Years married 0.20 < 0.001 (0.19–0.22)
Comoros Marriage by age 18 −1.05 0.030 (−2.01–-0.09)
Years married 0.27 < 0.001 (0.24–0.31)
Guatemala Marriage by age 18 0.35 < 0.001 (0.19–0.51)
Years married 0.21 < 0.001 (0.20–0.21)
Guyana Marriage by age 18 −0.34 0.345 (−1.06–0.37)
Years married 0.12 < 0.001 (0.09–0.14)
Honduras Marriage by age 18 −0.03 0.800 (−0.30–0.23)
Years married 0.19 < 0.001 (0.17–0.20)
Madagascar Marriage by age 18 −0.08 0.544 (−0.32–0.17)
Years married 0.21 < 0.001 (0.20–0.22)
Mozambique Marriage by age 18 −0.29 0.158 (−0.69–0.11)
Years married 0.30 < 0.001 (0.28–0.32)
Nepal Marriage by age 18 0.25 0.005 (0.08–0.44)
Years married 0.13 < 0.001 (0.13–0.14)
Nicaragua Marriage by age 18 0.11 0.414 (−0.15–0.36)
Years married 0.16 < 0.001 (0.14–0.18)
Thailand Marriage by age 18 −0.04 0.632 (−0.20–0.12)
Years married 0.06 < 0.001 (0.06–0.07)
  1. Results exclude men who report having been married or in union more than once