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GAMBARAN STRES DAN SIKLUS MENSTRUASI PADA MAHASISWI TINGKAT AKHIR Di Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan Universitas Muhammadiyah Ponorogo Tyas, Dwi Rohmaning; Verawati, Metti; Nurhayati, Tetik
Health Sciences Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2018): Oktober
Publisher : Health Sciences Journal

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AbstractStress has influential effect for one’s condition. It can lead to mental stress, behavior change, interaction and social problems, and physical problem, including menstrual cycle. This present article aims to analyze final-year female students’ stress and their menstrual cycle. This present study is a descriptive qualitative study. The population of the study includes 76 female students taking their final year study. 43 respondents in this study are selected by using purposive sampling technique. The instruments used are questionnaire and the results are presented by using percentage. The result of the study of 43 respondents is decoded into two, the stress and menstrual cycle. Related to the stress, it is found that 3 respondents (6.9%) have normal stress level, 9 respondents (20.8%) experience mild stress, 27 respondents (62.7%) has moderate stress level, and 4 respondents (9.2%) experience severe stress. Meanwhile, for the menstrual cycle, it is found that there is no respondent that has amenorrhea menstrual cycle, (18.5%) respondents have polymenorrhea menstrual cycle, (32.4%) respondents have normal menstrual cycle, and (46.4%) respondents has oligomenorrhea menstrual cycle.                 From the results of the study it can be concluded that 16 respondent (37,2%) has moderate stress level and oligomenorrhea menstrual cycle which will adversely affect the female student. Referring to the results of this study, the next researcher is expected to follow up on the influence of stress levels on changes in menstrual cycle patterns.Keywords: Analysis, Stress, Menstrual cycle AbstrakStressor dapat mempengaruhi semua bagian dari kehidupan seseorang, menyebabkan stres mental, perubahan perilaku, masalah-masalah dalam interaksi dengan orang lain dan keluhan-keluhan fisik salah satunya gangguan siklus menstruasi. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui gambaran stres dan siklus menstruasi pada mahasiswi tingkat akhir.Desain penelitian ini adalah deskriptif dengan jumlah populasi 76 responden.Jumlah sampel 43 responden dengan menggunakan teknik pengambilan sampel yaitu purposive sampling yang disajikan dalam bentuk prosentase.Pengumpulan data pada penelitian ini menggunakan kuisioner.Hasil penelitian terhadap 43 responden menunjukkan bahwa mengenai masalah stres dan siklus menstruasi, sebagian kecil atau 3 responden (6.9%) mengalami tingkat stres normal, sebagian kecil atau 9 responden (20.8%) mengalami tingkat stres ringan, sebagian besar atau 27 responden (62.7%) mengalami tingkat stres sedang, dan sebagian kecil atau 4 responden (9.2%) mengalami tingkat stres berat dan untuk hasil penelitian siklus menstruasi tidak satupun (0%) atau 0 responden mengalami siklus menstruasi amenore, sebagian kecil (18.5%) atau  responden mengalami siklus menstruasi polimenore, hampir setengahnya (32.4%) atau  14 responden mengalami siklus menstruasi normal, dan hampir setengahnya (46.4%) atau 20 responden mengalami siklus menstruasi oligomenore.            Dari hasil penelitian dapat disimpulkan bahwa hampir setengahnya atau 16 responden (37,2%) mengalami stres sedang dan siklus menstruasi oligomenore yang akan berpengaruh buruk kedepannya bagi mahasiswi tersebut. Mengacu pada hasil penelitian ini, diharapkan peneliti selanjutnya untuk menindaklanjuti tentang pengaruh tingkat stres terhadap perubahan pola siklus menstruasi.Kata kunci : gambaran, stres, siklus menstruasi
ANALISIS FAKTOR DOMINAN YANG MEMPENGARUHI KEPATUHAN PASIEN DM TIPE 2 DALAM MELAKUKAN PERAWATAN KAKI Ema Purwanti, Lina; Nurhayati, Tetik
Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan (Journal of Health Sciences) Vol 10 No 1 (2017): FEBRUARY
Publisher : Unusa Press

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Diabetes is one of the largest global health emergencies of the 21 century. Each year more and more people live with this condition, which can result in life-changing complications. (IDF Atlas, 2015). Diabetes Mellitus (DM) if uncontrolled can cause acute and chronic complications that result in disability and even death. Compliance in foot care has an important role in the therapeutic management of patients with DM. The purpose of this study was to identify dominan factors affecting the compliance of patients Type 2 DM to foot care. Method: The research design was correlations with cross sectional approach, conducted on 77 patients with Type 2 DM that managed by Prolanis in Ponorogo. Result: The results showed that perception of seriousness (p value 0.014), and the perception of benefits (p value 0.025) significantly influence the compliance of patients with Type 2 DM to foot care (α = 0.05). Conclusions: Knowing the dominant factors that influence patient compliance with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in doing foot care can become a non-pharmacological preventive measures to prevent the risk of developing diabetic foot amputation due to disability and death in DM client.