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Description of Pregnant Women's Knowledge of the Importance of Implementing Pregnant Plan Asdinar; Lestari, Aldina
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 1 No 2 (2017): Jurnal Life Birth
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat, Stikes Panrita Husada Bulukumba

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Based on the preliminary data collection at the Bontobangun Public Health Center, the number of pregnant women in 2014 was 462 people doing pregnancy exercises as many as 9.24 (9.24%), in 2015 there were 724 pregnant women doing pregnancy exercises. as many as 46 people (6.35%). The General Purpose of this Research is to know the Description of Pregnant Women Knowledge About the Importance of the Implementation of Pregnancy Gymnastics. Bulukumba in June 2016 The sampling technique used in this study was the accidental sampling technique. As for the population in this study were Pregnant women as many as 90 people and the sample in this study was pregnant women amounted to 47 people. As for the research instruments used in this study were questionnaires, and data collection techniques in this study were based on primary data and processed manually. From the research that has been done, the results show that from 47 respondents the knowledge of pregnant women about the importance of the implementation of pregnancy exercises are 3 people (6.4%) in the good category, 15 people (31.9%) in the sufficient category, and 29 people (61, 7%) in the less category. By looking at the results obtained, it can be put forward some suggestions as an effort to increase the knowledge of pregnant women about the importance of implementing pregnancy exercises, among others, for researchers it is expected that with this research, researchers can increase knowledge about the importance of implementing pregnancy exercises and can provide counseling and information in the future as the next generation. For institutions, it is expected to be able to add book references on pregnancy exercise, and for public health, it is expected that midwives can provide or improve counseling and information to pregnant women about the importance of implementing pregnancy exercises.
Analysis Of Differences In The Adequacy Of Breast Milk Production In Hormonal Family Planning Acceptors Lestari, Aldina; Nabila
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 1 No 3 (2017): Jurnal Life Birth
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According to Basic Health Research data (2013), the use of family planning for the national figure has increased from 55.8% (2010) to 59.7% (2013). Hormonal contraception users (84.57%) and non hormonal (19.35%). Where the coverage of exclusive breastfeeding in Indonesia in 2015 is only (55.7%). The factors that affect milk production are the use of contraceptives.The purpose of this study is to know the difference in the adequacy of breast milk production in hormonal family planning acceptors in the working area of ​​Caile Health Center, Ujung Bulu District, Bulukumba Regency.This study uses an observational analytic design with a "cross-sectional" approach. The population in this study were 52 people and a sample of 39 respondents who were determined using consecutive sampling techniques. Data collection was carried out using observation sheets and questionnaires. The results of the analysis using the Fisher Exact statistical test or an alternative to the Chi-Square test through the cell merging process showed that the value of p = 0.028 or smaller than the value of α = 0.05, which means there is a difference in the adequacy of breast milk production in hormonal KB acceptor mothers.The conclusion in this study is that there are differences in the adequacy of breast milk production in hormonal family planning acceptors in the work area of ​​Caile Health Center, Ujung Bulu District, Bulukumba Regency. Researchers suggest that mothers who are breastfeeding can choose and use an appropriate contraceptive while breastfeeding so that it does not interfere with the lactation process.
The Relationship Of Gravidity With The Occurrence Of Preeclampsia In Maternity Women Sari, Iramaya; Lestari, Aldina
Jurnal Life Birth Vol 2 No 2 (2018): Jurnal Life Birth
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World Health Data (WHO) the incidence of preeclampsia ranges from 0.5% - 38.4%. Preeclampsia and eclampsia throughout the World are estimated to cause approximately 14% (50,000-75,000) of maternal deaths each year. The incidence of preeclampsia in the United States alone is approximately 5% of all pregnancies, with a picture of the incidence of 23 cases of preeclampsia found per 1,000 pregnancies each year (Joseph et al, 2008). Meanwhile, in each country, the incidence of preeclampsia varies, but in general, the incidence of preeclampsia in a country is reported to be between 3-10% of all pregnancies. The researcher's goal is to find out the relationship between gravidity and the incidence of preeclampsia at the Bulukumba District Level. Historical cohort research design. The population and sample in this study were patients who experienced preeclampsia 73 and those who did not have preeclampsia 259 people in 20 public Health working areas in Bulukumba District who used cluster sampling techniques after counting the number of samples from each public Health then random sampling would be taken with the measuring instrument used was an observation sheet. Analysis of the data in this study used the Chi-square statistical test. Based on the statistical test obtained P = 0,000 <α = 0.005. The conclusion of this study is there is a relationship between Gravidity and the incidence of preeclampsia in maternity mothers. It is recommended that health services need to develop a health education program regarding the incidence of preeclampsia to prevent maternal mortality.