The Correlation Between Healthy Reproductive Age Groups and Contraceptive Choice
Maternal mortality and infant mortality efforts to reduce it can be done by family planning in accordance with age of the mother; to be effective. Remember of Maternal and child health are becoming crucial issues, with increasing expectations of the community in health care quality. The efforts of the strategy through participatory community empowerment approaches developed optimally between mentoring program with other patients movement along secure pregnancy and childbirth. The purpose of this research is to correlation between healthy reproductive age groups and contraceptive choice Patients Mentoring of Gebrak Student’s Prodi D3 Kebidanan STIKES Karya Husada Kediri on October 2017 – February 2018.
This study was conducted on January -Pebruary 2018, used analitik correlation design. The sample is patients mentoring of Gebrak Student’s Prodi D3 Kebidanan STIKES Karya Husada Kediri on October 2017 – February 2018. Variables in this research are healthy reproductive age groups and contraceptive choice patients mentoring of Gebrak Student's Prodi D3 Midwifery STIKES Karya Husada Kediri on October 2017 - February 2018. Data collection using data recap patients mentoring on Gebrak Student's Prodi D3 Midwifery STIKES Karya Husada Kediri on October 2017 - February 2018 and collection sheet data. The results are then processed and analyzed descriptively for each variable by using formula percentage, then analyzed by using Chi Square Test.
The results were most of the respondents' age categories included healthy reproduction with 68 (76%); most respondents have been contraceptive choice with 46 (52%); and there wasn’t correlation between healthy reproductive age group and contraceptive choice.
The conclusion is there wasn’t correlation between healthy reproductive age group and contraceptive choice; because Contraception choice is the right of patiens and family in decisions making family planning; temporary choice can be made with simple contraception (MAL); before deciding to use one of the most effective contraceptives.