Factors Related to the Use of the Long Term Contraception Method In Community Health Center of Langsat Pekanbaru
The Long-Term Contraception Method is
the best contraceptive method. It can be used for a long
period of time, more than 2 years. In addition, it is
effective and efficient for the purpose of using spacing
more than 3 years of birth or terminating a pregnancy in
a couple who do not want to have more children. The
types of methods included in this group are steady
contraception (male and female), implant, and IUD. The
research respondents are women who have little
knowledge about the Long-Term Contraception Method
of 71 people (53.8%), low education of 69 people (52.3%),
are <20 or> 35 years old as many as 90 people (68.2 %),
low economic status of 83 people (62.9%). Furthermore,
the role of the majority of health workers was less, 87
people (65.9%), and 102 people (77.3%) for the husbands
who did not support. All 8 variables are significantly
related, namely knowledge (p value = 0.005), education (p
value = 0.0001), age (p value = 0.005), economic status (p
value = 0.0001), the role of health workers (p value =
0.010), and husband's support (p value = 0.007). The final
modeling of variables that are significantly related to the
use of MKJP are education (p value = 0.03), age (p value =
0.03), economic status (p value = 0.04), education of the
role of health workers (p value = 0.0006).
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