Hubungan Faktor Demografi, Frekuensi Konsumsi Zat Goitrogenik dan Status Yodium Urin Bumil
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Introduction: Musuk I Health service Boyolali has prevalence of deficit iodine urinary excretion of pregnant women reached 63.33%. Iodine deficiency and over consumption of goitrogenic substances can lead to IDD (Iodine Deficiency Disorders).Objective: To determine the relationship of demographic factors, frequency of consumption of goitrogenic substances and iodine urinary status of pregnant women in the area of Musuk I Health service Boyolali. Methods: This study was an observational study with cross sectional method. Sampling method using simple random sampling, with sample size of 38 pregnant women. Demographic data such as age, education level, occupation and income level as well as goitrogenic substance consumption frequency data were obtained through interviews using a questionnaire and the Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ), iodine urinary status data were obtained from the data of iodine urine excretion Boyolali. Data were analyzed using Fisher's Exact Test and Chi-Square. Results: The percentage of high risk age pregnant women was 23.7%, pregnant women who have primary education 52.6%, pregnant women do not work 76.3% of pregnant women with low level family income 44.7%, pregnant women with high goitrogenic substances consumption frequency 52.6%, pregnant women with insufficient iodine urine status reach 60.5%. The increasing amount of family income decreased frequency of consumption of goitrogenic substances. Conclusion: significant relationship was found only between income level and consumption frequency of goitrogenic substances. Sugestion: Need for further assessment of other variables associated with iodine urinary status which has not been revealed in this study.