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KNOWLEDGE STUDY YOUNG WOMEN ABOUT DISMENOREAE IN CLASS VIII AT NGEBA PASIR PUTIH JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL

Author : Dewi Eryanti*, Fiska Djawadomo, Frengky Pontoh

Abstract

Background: Menstrual pain or dysmenorrhoea is a common problem that is often complained of by women who menstruate. This is the main gynecological problem most often complained about. Dysmenorrhoea can also be defined as pain during menstruation which prevents women from moving normally. The purpose of the study was to determine the level of knowledge of young women about dysmenorrhea in class VIII of Ngeba Pasir Putih Middle School in 2018. Case study method: the descriptive method is used. The location of this case study was conducted at Ngeba Pasir Putih Middle School. The sampling technique in this study used total sampling technique in which all populations were sampled. The number of samples in this study was 30 respondents. Data analysis was done using manual frequency distribution formula. The results of the study: showed that respondents / young women who had good knowledge about dysmenorrhea from 35 prescribers were 27 respondents (77%) and those with less knowledge were 8 respondents (23%). Conclusion: the level of knowledge of respondents / young women both about Dismenoreae is 67% and knowledge is less as much as 23% and it is recommended for midwives or health workers to always give a good and continuous reduction to all people, especially young women about Dismenorrhea disease. Key words: Knowledge, Dismenorrhea

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