Correlation use of Injectable Contraceptive Types with Menstruation Pattern Changes in Contraception Acceptor
Large population spikes in Indonesia, thus requiring long-term use of contraception, but Indonesians still use short-term contraceptives especially injecting KB. KB injection has advantages and disadvantages for its users. This study aims to determine the relationship between the use of injecting contraceptive type with the change of menstrual pattern on KB acceptor. The design used is correlational study (correlational study) with cross sectional approach. Independent variable is the Use of Injectable Contraception Type. Dependent Variables are Menstrual Cycle Changes. The population of all injecting contraceptives in October - November in 2017 in Pelem Village, Pare District Kediri, Simple random sampling technique and the number of samples of 137 respondents. Research Instrument using Questionnaire. The research was conducted in December 2017. The data analysis was done univariat and bivariate with shi square test. Research ethics include informed consent, Anonymity, Confidentiality. The result of the research showed that almost all respondents of DMCP injection acceptor experienced changes of abnormal pattern of menstruation (85,7%), and acceptor of KB Cyclofem injection most of the respondents did not experience the change of menstrual pattern 25 (64,1%). The statistical test with chi square with α: 5% indicated that there was a significant correlation between the use of injectable contraception type with the change of menstrual pattern with ρ: 0,00 and had close relation with r: 0,446.