Hubungan Dukungan Suami Dalam Pemilihan Metode Kontrasepsi Jangka Panjang (MKJP)
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Based on population projections produced by the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) (2013) in 2010, Indonesia's total population of about 238 518 800 people, in 2015 an estimated population of 255 461 700 inhabitants and in 2020 is estimated at 271 066 400 inhabitants. In an effort to control population, the government implemented the Family Planning (KB) for the purpose of quality reproductive health care, decrease the rate or mortality rate of mothers, infants, and children. There are two methods: LTCM (IUD, implant, MOW and MOP) and Non-LTCM. Hartanto (2004) says that the husband's support factor plays an important role because the husband is the head of the household and decision making within the household. The purpose of this study to determine the relationship of husbands' support in the selection of long-term contraceptive methods in the village Tumpang Krasak, Kudus. This study is observational analytic method with retrospective approach. Data collection using the questionnaire. The population of this research is all mothers of reproductive age in the village Tumpang Krasak numbered 854 people. Samples from mothers of childbearing age who came during a meeting of the PKK in RT6 RW I Tumpang Krasak village in June 2016 amounted to 40 orang.Teknik Sampling Sampling techniques (sampling techniques) with accidental sampling. Analysis of data using statistical test Chi square. Mother research results that have the support of her husband in the choice of contraceptive methods as many as five people (12.5%) and did not get a husband's support as many as 35 people (87.5%). 2.5% Number of users of IUDs, implants 7.5%, MOP 0%. MOW 2.5% and 87.5% other methods than LTCM. Based on statistical test using chi square test showed that the p value of 0.001. Because the p value <0.05, meaning there is a relationship between husband support the long-term contraceptive method selection with the relationship value of 0.542.