The relationship between the Use of Hormonal Contraceptives with Changes in the Menstrual Cycle and Weight Gain in Acceptors in Leuwingggung Village in 2018

Simarmata, Vidi Posdo Ahapta and Udjung, Gorga I.V.W. (2021) The relationship between the Use of Hormonal Contraceptives with Changes in the Menstrual Cycle and Weight Gain in Acceptors in Leuwingggung Village in 2018. Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 11 (4). pp. 161-169. ISSN 2250 1177

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Abstract

Hormonal contraception is one of the most effective and reversible methods to prevent a conception. The use of contraception by the type/method is dominated by injection (48,56%) dan pills (26,60%) of total KB users. Nevertheless, hormonal contraception can cause side effects such as changes in the menstruation cycle changing and weight gaining. This study aimed to determine the relation of hormonal contraception with the change of the menstruation cycle in Keluarahan Leuwinanggung in 2018. The study design was a correlative study with a cross-sectional approach. The samples were 44 respondents who were determined by cluster random sampling technique. The data result was analyzed by using Chi-Square method showed that there was correlation between oral contraception and changes in menstruation cycle (p- value=0,000) and weight gaining (p-value=0,007), there was correlation between injection contraception and changes in menstruation cycle (p-value=0,001) and weight gaining (p- value=0,024), and there wasn’t correlation between implant contraception and changes in menstruation cycle (p-value=0,298) and weight gaining (p-value=0,495). Keywords: Hormonal Contraception, Menstruation Cycle Changes, Weight Gaining

Item Type: Article
Subjects: MEDICINE > Gynecology and obstetrics > Sterilization of women
Depositing User: Ms Mentari Simanjuntak
Date Deposited: 02 Aug 2021 07:25
Last Modified: 02 Aug 2021 07:25
URI: http://repository.uki.ac.id/id/eprint/4711

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