Analysis Factors Related to Primary Dysmenorrhea in Adolescent Girls at MTS Negeri Surabaya II

Stefani Angel, Ni Ketut Alit, Retnayu Pradanie

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Abstract


Introduction : Dysmenorrhea or menstrual pain is a common problem complained of by the teens that can interfere with
daily activities and productivity adolescents. This study was aimed to analyze factors associated with the incidence of
primary dysmenorrhea (nutritional status, physical activity and stress) in adolescent girls at MTs Negeri Surabaya
II. Methods : This research used is a cross-sectional sample of 49 female students of class VIII. Sampling was done by
simple random sampling technique. The independent variable in this study is the nutritional status, physical activity and
stress. While the incidence of primary dysmenorrhea is the dependent variable. Data were obtained through a
questionnaire and analyzed by using Spearman rank with a significant level of p <0.05. Results : The results of this study
found that nutritional status is not associated with the incidence of primary dysmenorrhea (p = 1.00), physical activity
associated with the incidence of primary dysmenorrhea (p = 0.003), and stress also has a relationship with the incidence
of primary dysmenorrhea (p = 0.001). Discussion: The nutritional status does not increase the risk of incidence of
primary dysmenorrhea in adolescents, whereas physical activity and stress can increase the risk of incidence of primary
dysmenorrhea in adolescent girls at MTs Negeri Surabaya II.


Keywords


primary, dysmenorrhea, nutritional, status, stress

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