Predisposising Factors of Uterine Myoma General Hospital
Keywords:myoma, menarch, hormonal control
Introduction and Aims : The occurrence of uterine myomas will increase morbidity in women of reproductive age. Uterine myoma is the most common benign tumor in women. This study aims to identify factors related to the occurrence of uterine myoma..
Method: This research is a descriptive research with cross-sectional design. Data collection is primary data in 2015.
Results: The study used 74 study subjects, 27 patients who were diagnosed with uterine myoma and 47 patients who were diagnosed with other obstetric diseases. Bivariate analysis showed that there was no relationship between age and parity of patients with the incidence of uterine myoma p = 0.840 and 0.324, there was a significant relationship between the age of menarch and the use of contraception to the incidence of uterine myoma (p = 0.002 [(OR 6.7) 95% Cl2.027 -22.3] and (p = 0.003 [(OR) 8.6 (CI) 95% 2.1-35.2].
Conclusion: Women who suffer from uterine myoma are > 30 years, with parity > 3 and menarch age < 15 years and using hormonal contraceptives associated with uterine myoma. Suggestion: For health workers can provide information and early screening / early detection on patients, especially on patients who have risk factors.
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