Endang Koni Suryaningsih, Endang Koni
Universitas Aisyiyah Yogyakarta

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Journal : Journal of Health Technology Assessment in Midwifery

Indonesian mother’s feeling and thought during pregnancy: a qualitative study Suryaningsih, Endang Koni; Wu, Shiang-Feng; Yan, Xuan-Yi; Lin, Hung-Ru
Journal of Health Technology Assessment in Midwifery Vol 1, No 2 (2018): November
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During pregnancy, the mother may have a different experience based on many factors. The purpose of this study was to explore the experience of pregnant women in Indonesia. Some studies establish to explore experience during pregnancy in a particular area. However, limit number study underlined the experience in the general area. A descriptive phenomenological study was used to explore the experience of pregnant women during pregnancy. Purposive sampling, one-on-one, in-depth with semi-structural interviews were conducted to collect data. Narratives were analyzed by Colaizzi’s (1978) seven-step method. Data saturation was achieved after interviewing 3 pregnant women. Four themes and the sub-themes were : having feelings (happy for pregnancy coming true and worry about cannot have vaginal delivery), changes in physical condition (evening sickness, appetite changes, difficult sleep, and eating pattern have to change), deal with pregnant physical condition (lying down when vomiting and changing the meals time), ensure pregnancy safety (seeking help from husband, continuous monitoring of fetal head’s position, pay attention to changes in body weight, and pay attention to the data of hemoglobin). This finding presents the evidence for midwives to the importance of understanding the feeling and experience of the mother during pregnancy. Support and attention consider important for mother who experiences CS history and Placenta Previa in the current pregnancy.
THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE MATERNAL-FETAL ATTACHMENT AND THE ATTITUDE TOWARD EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN INDONESIA Sukriani, Wahidah; Suryaningsih, Endang Koni; Linh, Nguyen Dieu
Journal of Health Technology Assessment in Midwifery Vol 3, No 1 (2020): May (Articles in Press)
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Compare to others province in Borneo, central Borneo has fail to meet the minimum target of exclusive breastfeeding, estimated only about 20.5%. However, in Palangka Raya City, the prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding roughly only 14.99% and this number has decreased slowly year by year. Maternal Fetal Attachment (MFA) is playing an important role to the mother?s attitude to breastfeed their babies when they birth. Maternal-fetal attachment also affected to the mother?s health practice attitude toward her pregnancy. The aimed of this study is to explore the relationship between maternal-fetal attachment and their attitude toward breastfeeding exclusively. The consecutive sampling was used to recruited 97 participants in this study. Rank spearmen was calculated to determine the relationship between two variables. The result finding there is no a significant relationship between maternal-fetal attachment and their attitude to breastfeed exclusively. Limitations and recommendations have been made in this article for further study in the same area.