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Perbandingan Kejadian Dismenore Pada Akseptor Pil KB Kombinasi Dengan Akseptor Suntik KB 1 Bulan DiWilayah Kerja Puskesmas Pasayangan


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More than 50% women who have menstruations will get dysmenorrheal occurrence. Dysmenorrhea is a type
of pain in the stomach that originates from uterine cramps in the menstrual period. Using the oral
contraceptive and monthly injected contraceptive can reduce dysmenorrhea occurrence. The aim of the study
was to find out the difference of dysmenorrheal occurrence between the oral contraceptive users and monthly
injected contraceptive users in Pasayangan Public Health Center. It was an analytic observational study with
cross-sectional design. Sample were chosen by purposive sampling technique. Subjects in this research were
30 oral contraceptive users and 30 monthly injected contraceptive users in Pasayangan Public Health Center.
The dysmenorrheal occurrence was assessed with questionnaire. The result of the research indicated that
dysmenorrheal occurrence were suffered more by oral contraceptive users (8 subjects), while only 1 by
monthly injected contraceptive users. Analysis with Fisher’s Exact Test gave p value of 0.026 (p < 0.05),
hence it could be concluded that dysmenorrheal occurrence in monthly injected contraceptive users were
significantly lower than those in oral contraceptive users.
Keywords: dysmenorrhea, oral contraceptive, monthly injected contraceptive

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