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Volume 86, 2020ICORE 2019 – The International Conference on Rural Development and Entrepreneurship
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|Published online||20 November 2020|
Socio Demographic Characteristics Of Pregnant Women Who Are Experiencing Nausea Vomiting In Rural Areas Of Banyumas Regency
Department of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences, Universitas Jenderal Soedirman
Nausea vomiting in pregnancy or commonly referred to as morning sickness is a common complaint in the first trimester, although it can also occur in the second trimester or all trimester. The purpose of this study was to determine the characteristic of pregnant women who experience morning sickness in rural areas. Respondents in this study were pregnant women who experienced morning sickness during July-September 2018 in rural areas of Banyumas District, Central Java Province, Indonesia. This study have used quantitative descriptive design.The results of univariate analysis of 61 pregnant women involved, 77% age of mothers were at low risk, 39,3% were junior high school education, 82% were not working, 60% were pregnant in the first trimester, 61,7% were multigravida, 55.7% did not have a history of nausea and vomiting, and 73,8% in the category of mild nausea and vomiting. It can be concluded that pregnant women who experience nausea and vomiting in rural areas are the majority of those who are of low risk, do not work, are pregnant for the first time, have early pregnancy, and with mild nausea and vomiting.
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