PENGARUH SELF EFIKASI IBU MENYUSUIDALAM PEMBERIAN ASI EKSKLUSIF PADA IBU HAMIL TRIMESTER III

Erna Wati, Tri Sunarsih, Menik Sri Daryanti

Abstract


The Effect Of Self Efication Of Mothers Breastfeeding In Exclusive Asking In Pregnant Women Trimester III

Background: The self-efficacy of breastfeeding is a woman's belief in her ability to breastfeed a baby. Confidence owned by someone about something that has not been done that can increase motivation.

Objective: to determine the effect of breastfeeding self-efficacy in exclusive breastfeeding for Trimester III pregnant women at the Puskesmas Teras Boyolali Regency.

Methods: This research is a quasy experiment with a pre-test and post-test nonequivalent control group approach. Samples were all third trimester pregnant women with 36-40 weeks gestation in the Teras Health Center Work Area. The sampling technique used purposive sampling with inclusion and exclusion criteria as many as 34 respondents in the experimental group 34 in the control group. Data analysis using Wilcoxon signed rank test.

Results: Statistical tests using Wilcoxon signed rank test were obtained (p = 0.000 <0.05) meaning that there was a significant effect on self-efficacy of breastfeeding in pregnant women.

Conclusion: This study has a significant effect on third trimester pregnant women with a significance value of <0.05 in breastfeeding self-efficacy.


Keywords


Breastfeeding; Self Efficacy; Husband Assistance; Husband Support; Motivation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.35842/mr.v15i3.276

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