The Influences of Age, Antenatal Care Visit and Adherence with FE Tablet Consumption Toward the Incidence of Anemia in Pregnant Women
Sinaga, Plora Novita Febrina
Sanusi, Sri Rahayu
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Background: process of growth and development of the fetus. Pregnant women who experience malnutrition during pregnancy such as lack of iron intake, it will cause adverse effects on t development. Lack of iron intake in pregnant women can cause anemia. influences of age, antenatal care visit and adherence with Fe tablet consumption toward the incidence of anemia in pregnant women. research design. Respondents were 88 using by purposive sampling. Collecting data were questionnaires guideline. Analysis data were Chi influen significant influence between ANC visits to the incidence of anemia in pregnant women in the Medan Johor Health Center Working Area in 2019, p=<0.001, and there was a signifi adherence to consumption of Fe tablets to the incidence of anemia in pregnant women in the Medan Johor Health Center Working Area in 2019 p=<0.001. anemia in pregnancy is by early detection of c the ANC service program, in the form of a pregnancy check once in the first trimester, once second trimester and two in the third trimester. Pregnant women who do not routinely make ANC visits are at risk of developing complications in pregnancy, one of which is the incidence of anemia.