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Title: Faktor-Faktor yang Memengaruhi Pemakaian Metode Amenorea Laktasi Sebagai Kontrasepsi Pada Ibu Menyusui di Puskesmas Datuk Bandar Kota Tanjungbalai Tahun 2016
Authors: Sari, Husna
Advisors: Sudaryati, Etti
Asfriyati
Issue Date: 17-Mar-2017
Abstract: LAM (Lactational Amenorrhea Method) can be used as temporary contraception method by relying on exclusive breastfeeding, which means that the baby is given only ASI without otherfood and drink supplements. The objective of the research is to analyze the influence of the condition when breastfeeding, demographical factors (knowledge, education, occupation, and parity) and socio-economy on the use of lactational amenorrhea method as contraception for breastfeeding women at puskesmas Datuk Bandar Tanjungbalai. It was an analytical research with case control design. The population was all breastfeeding women who have 6 to 12 month-old babies at puskesmas Datuk Bandar Tanjungbalai. The samples consisted of 22 respondents for the case and 22 respondents for control. The data were analyzed by simple logistic regression and multiple logistic regression method. The result showed that all independent variables had the value of p < 0.25, so that they could be classified into logistic regression model. It was also found that the variable which had dominant influence on the use of LAM as contraception for breastfeeding women at puskesmas Datuk Bandar Tanjungbalai in 2016 was variable work (p = 0.015; OR = 10.962 95% CI 1.529 to 75.283) means breastfeeding mothers who work have a chance 11 times greater risk for not using a lactation amenorrhea as contraceptive method compared with mothers who did not work. It is recommended that puskesmas Datuk Bandar Tanjungbalai improve people’s participation for breastfeeding women by providing health counseling on LAM as contraception for breastfeeding women so that people will be aware of the benefits, effectiveness and it’s procedure.
Abstract (other language): LAM (Lactational Amenorrhea Method) can be used as temporary contraception method by relying on exclusive breastfeeding, which means that the baby is given only ASI without otherfood and drink supplements. The objective of the research is to analyze the influence of the condition when breastfeeding, demographical factors (knowledge, education, occupation, and parity) and socio-economy on the use of lactational amenorrhea method as contraception for breastfeeding women at puskesmas Datuk Bandar Tanjungbalai. It was an analytical research with case control design. The population was all breastfeeding women who have 6 to 12 month-old babies at puskesmas Datuk Bandar Tanjungbalai. The samples consisted of 22 respondents for the case and 22 respondents for control. The data were analyzed by simple logistic regression and multiple logistic regression method. The result showed that all independent variables had the value of p < 0.25, so that they could be classified into logistic regression model. It was also found that the variable which had dominant influence on the use of LAM as contraception for breastfeeding women at puskesmas Datuk Bandar Tanjungbalai in 2016 was variable work (p = 0.015; OR = 10.962 95% CI 1.529 to 75.283) means breastfeeding mothers who work have a chance 11 times greater risk for not using a lactation amenorrhea as contraceptive method compared with mothers who did not work. It is recommended that puskesmas Datuk Bandar Tanjungbalai improve people’s participation for breastfeeding women by providing health counseling on LAM as contraception for breastfeeding women so that people will be aware of the benefits, effectiveness and it’s procedure.
Keywords: Lactational Amenorrhea Method
Contraception
Breastfeeding Women
URI: http://repository.usu.ac.id/handle/123456789/64772
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