THE EFFECT OF GIVING AMBON BANANA (MUSA PARADISIACA.L) TO EMESIS OF GRAVIDARUM IN PREGNANT WOMEN AT SIDOMULYO HEALTH CENTER OFPEKANBARU IN 2019

  • Yufa Molisa
  • Lailiyana .
  • Ani Laila
Keywords: Ambon Banana, Emesis Gravidarum, Pregnancy

Abstract

Abstract

Emesis Gravidarum is a common symptom in pregnancy and occurs in 50-60%
of pregnant women. In addition to consuming drugs to treat nausea and
vomiting, mothers can try the recommended fruits such as bananas which can
overcome Emesis Gravidarum. In bananas it contains Vitamin B which is
soluble in water and helps increase the development of central nervous system
cells in the fetus. A preliminary survey conducted at the Sidomulyo Inpatient
Health Center in Pekanbaru City showed that 8 out of 10 pregnant women
experience Emesis Gravidarum so that it can cause discomfort for pregnant
women. The purpose of this study was to effect of ambon banana on Emesis
Gravidarum in pregnant women at Sidomulyo Inpatient Health Center,
Pekanbaru City in 2019. This type of research is a pre-experiment with one
group pre-post test design. This research was conducted from March to June
2019. The population in this study were all pregnant women who experienced
Emesis Gravidarum with a sample of 19 people taken by accidental sampling
technique. The results showed that the average score of nausea vomiting with
mothers Emesis Gravidarum before given ambon banana was 10,21
(SD=2,175) and after being given ambon banana was 7,21 (SD=2,200). The
result of the Wilcoxon test statistical test showed that there was an effect of
giving ambon banana to Emesis Gravidarum in pregnant women with (p-value
0,000). It is recommended for midwives to provide education about ambon
banana as one of the nutrients from natural ingredients to reduce Emesis
Gravidarum during pregnancy.

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Published
2020-06-01
How to Cite
Molisa, Y., ., L., & Laila, A. (2020). THE EFFECT OF GIVING AMBON BANANA (MUSA PARADISIACA.L) TO EMESIS OF GRAVIDARUM IN PREGNANT WOMEN AT SIDOMULYO HEALTH CENTER OFPEKANBARU IN 2019. JURNAL IBU DAN ANAK, 8(1), 31-37. https://doi.org/10.36929/jia.v8i1.288
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