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EFFECT OF INJECTIVE CONTRACEPTION USE (DMPA) ON CHANGES IN MENSTRUATION PATTERNS IN VILLAGE EFI-EFI PUSKESMAS KUPA-KUPA WORKING AREA SOUTH TOBELO

Author : Frengky Pontoh*, Sitty Ramlah Anwar, YennyTumeno

Abstract

Contraception Hormonal is one of the most effective and reversible contraceptive methods to prevent conception.Contraception Hormonal is a contraceptive in which estrogen and progesterone provide feedback to the pituitary gland through the hypothalamus resulting in resistance to the follicles and ovulation process.This type of research use quantitative research methods to see the length of use of injectable contraception (DMPA) on changes in menstrual patterns with a large sample of 22 respondents in the village of efi-efi sampling with the admojonoto formula. The most frequent changes in menstrual patterns in injecting family planning acceptors were amenorrhea, the number of respondents was 14 with a percentage (63.64%). total number of respondents 5 with percentage (22.73%) and normal number of respondents 3 with percentage (13.63%).Based on the results of statistical tests there was a significant relationship between the duration of use of depot medroxy progesterone acetate injectable contraceptives with changes in menstrual pattern which can be seen from the Chi-square test indigo p value = 0.002 smaller than the value of sig = 0.05, it can be concluded that Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted. Key words: Contarception, Injection Change Pattern Menstruation.

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