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OBSTETRIC CARE MANAGEMENT FOR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM DISORDERS WITH ALBUS FLOUR PATHOLOGY AT WARI POLINDES

Author : Sarah G. Mapanawang*, Irna Tibironga, Faleryn Sahuleka

Abstract

Results from the BKKBN said that the number of women in the world who had experienced vaginal discharge was 75%, while European women who experienced vaginal discharge were 25%. In Indonesia as many as 75% of women have experienced vaginal discharge at least once in their lives and 45% of them can experience vaginal discharge twice or more. Able to improve the ability, knowledge, skills and real experience of the author to provide midwifery care for reproductive system disorders with flour albus Using seven-step management according to Varney. The method used is descriptive in the form of a case report. The case study was conducted at Polindes Wari on the subject of the case study Ms. K aged 13 years with impaired reproductive system flour albus pathology on July 16 2018-26 July 2018 using midwifery care format and other data collection techniques for interview, observation, physical examination. After a 1-day dive check and a repeat visit after 3 days and a second visit after 7 days observing vaginal discharge given KIE about vaginal care, giving drug therapy and recommending a double visit, I received good KU results, composmentis awareness, pressure blood 100/70 mmHg, S 36.50C, N 80x / minute, R 20x / minute vaginal discharge of white and thick viscous fluids, and after-care evaluation namely flour albus pathology, has been cured, the kline is willing to continue to maintain vaginal hygiene, and the client is willing to come health personnel if there are complaints. Key words: Management System Disturbance Reproduction with Albus Flour Pathology

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