Determinant Analysis related to the use in Public Health Center Ogan Ilir of Medical Injection Contraception in 2019Abstract:
Contraceptive injection is a way to prevent pregnancy by injection containing a liquid containing substances in the form of the hormones estrogen and progesterone or only progesterone for a certain period of time. This study aims to analyze the factors associated with the use of injection contraceptives at the Ogan Ilir Health Center in 2019. This study used an analytical survey design with a cross sectional approach. The number of samples used was 199 respondents. The results of this study show that women are of childbearing age (p = 0.005), history of contraception (p = 0.007), number of children (p = 0.015), education (p = 0.024) and occupation (p = 0.007). Multivariate analysis found that the variable with the greatest influence on the use of injection contraceptives was the variable of women of childbearing age and if this was done the order was as follows: women of reproductive age OR: 2.496 (95% CI: 1.249 - 4.986) p = 0.010, occupation OR: 2.177 ( 95% CI: 1.169 - 4.055) p = 0.014. Suggestions are that it is hoped that health workers, especially midwives, in collaboration with health agencies, conduct counseling and counseling activities to provide information on married couples risk factors for contraceptive failure so that they can determine which contraception is best for them to use.
Keywords: Reproductive age of women, history of contraception, number of children, education and employment, injection contraception