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FACTORS RELATED TO THE USE OF LONG-TERM CONTRACEPTIVE METHODS ON FAMILY PLANNING ACCEPTORS

IN PAMEUNGPEUK PUBLIC HOSPITAL 2016


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Ana Mariana , Achmad Kemal Harzif , Devi Marischa2
1Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pameungpeuk Public Hospital, Garut, Indonesia
2Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Faculty of Medicine University of Indonesia, Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, Jakarta, Indonesia
3Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Persahabatan Public Hospital, Jakarta, Indonesia

Introduction Methods Results and Discussion

family planning Exclusion Criteria : Description of Predisposing Factors Description of Possible Factors
Inclusion Criteria :
Indirect cause of program using • Not willing to fill
Uncontrolled Family planning Data was out the Contraceptive Contraceptive Exposure to LTCM Skills of health
increasing in contraception Knowledge Beliefs Attitudes
population acceptors in the collected using
questionnaire Methods Methods information workers
maternal can reduce the questionnaires
growth workplace of • Incomplete of filling Good Bad Positive Negative Positive Negative Exposure Not Exposure Skilled Not Skilled
mortality rate population’s
Pameungpeuk hospital questionnaire LTCM 13 8 16 5 6 15
growth LTCM 9 12 17 4
Non LTCM 23 40 24 39 22 41 Non LTCM 34 29 30 33
Government in Questionnaires measure factors related A cross-sectional
The use of to the use of long term contraceptive:
Indonesia is Contraceptive in study was conducted The Relationship of Factors Influencing The Use of
contraceptive • I : Predisposing factors Description of Support Factors
directed and Indonesia is among 84 family Long-term Contraceptive Methods
method has • II : Possible factors p-value
encouraged for dominated by the planning acceptors in correlation
dropout higher • III : Support factors Contraceptive (p<0.05)
using of long- use of injections Pameungpeuk public Support Factors Support Not Support
than other Methods Knowledge 0.042 related
term (34.3%) and pill OUTCOME hospital
modern Husband LTCM 12 9
contraceptive (13.9%) Beliefs 0.002 related
methods (MKJP) contraceptive Results and Discussion Non LTCM 48 15 Attitudes 0.593 not-related
DISTRIBUTION OF Friends LTCM 13 8 Exposure to LTCM Information 0.378 not-related
Pameungpeuk CONTRACEPTIVE USE IN
But the propotion CONTRACEPTIVE USED IN Non LTCM 45 18 Skills of Health Workers 0.008 related
For anticipating PAMEUNGPEUK HOSPITAL
has the second PAMEUNGPEUK HOSPITAL Health Workers LTCM 10 11 Support of Husband 0.094 not-related
of the active user
dropout rate of largest population Support of Friends 0.414 not-related
of long term Implant Non LTCM 48 15
contraceptive with the highest IUD 6% LTCM
contraceptive Community Leaders LTCM 10 11 Support of Health Workers 0.014 related
use and control number of babies 11% 17%
methods in Non LTCM 23 40 Support of Community Leaders 0.367 not-related
population’s born alive in
Pameungpeuk Pill • In predisposing factors shown that knowledge, beliefs and attitudes of family planning acceptors regarding to the use of
growth South of West
are at low position 18% long-term contraceptive methods was not really good
Java Syringe
65%
Non • Family planning acceptors more exposure to Non LTCM information than LTCM information, and also health worker not
Objective LTCM really skilled in long-term contraceptive methods
83% • There were more support on Non long-term contraceptive methods than long-term contraceptive methods
To analyze the factors associated with the use of
long term contraceptive methods on family planning *Abbreviation: Conclusion
acceptors in the workplace of Pameungpeuk public • LTCM: Long-term Contraceptive Methods
hospital in 2016 • Non LTCM: Non Long-term Contraceptive
1. Predisposing factors: knowledge, beliefs and attitudes Methods
• There were significantly correlation between factors of knowledge (p=0.042), beliefs (p=0.002), skills of health workers
2. Possible factors: Exposure to long term contraceptives • A majority of family planning acceptors in Pameungpeuk hospital (p=0.008) and also support of health workers (p=0.014) on the use of long-term contraceptive methods.
methods information and skills of health worker used Non long-term contraceptive methods 83% (syringe 65% and • The finding highlight a critical need for improved education among family planning acceptors in Pameungpeuk hospital
3. Support factors: support of husband, friends, health pill 18%), while in order to the use of long-term contraceptive regarding the use of long-term contraceptive methods for both medical and electives reasons.
workers and community leaders methods 17% (IUD 11% and Implant 6%)