I have done binary logistic regression for a dichotomous outcome and used 5 predictors (3 continuous and 2 dichotomous); one of the dichotomous predictor gave a big number of OR and 95% CI (108.28, CI= 6.64- 1764.6, $p < .001$). Is such a big number okay to report, or is something wrong? Sample size was 55 cases.
By the way, the continuous independent variables were linearly related to the logit of the dependent variable. I tested this Box-Tidwell procedure by adding the interaction terms between the existing continuous independent variables and their natural log transformations to the logistic regression, and they were nonsignificant.