Association Between Duration of Breastfeeding to Incidence of Maternal Hypertension
Ludya Venamolita Uspessy, Regina Vidya Trias Novita
Regina Vidya Trias Novita
Available Online 25 November 2020.
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- Breastfeeding Duration, Hypertension, age, parity
- The hormone prolactin and oxytocin, are also related to blood pressure regulation and the risk of hypertension for women who are breastfeeding. The lactation has been associated with an increased risk for incident hypertension, but the effect of duration breastfeeding and exclusive breastfeeding is unknown. The aim of this study was to determine the relationship of duration of breastfeeding with the incidence of hypertension in Primary Health Care, Ambon City. This research is a quantitative study using a cross sectional design with a correlation description approach. The measuring instrument used was a questionnaire. The population in the study were respondents aged 36-65 years, mothers who had a history of breastfeeding. Sampling using a purposive sampling technique. The number of samples was 90 respondents. Data analysis using Kendall’s Tau C test and Kendall’s Tau B. The results showed that there was a significant relationship between age (p = 0.001), education (p = 0.029), the duration of breastfeeding (p = 0.032) with the incidence of hypertension. There was no relationship between work (p = 0.138), parity (p = 0.744) with the incidence of maternal hypertension. In conclusion the duration of breastfeeding was associated with incidence of maternal hypertension. Maternal hypertension can be reduced with exclusive breastfeeding activity and continue for up to two years.
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TY - CONF AU - Ludya Venamolita Uspessy AU - Regina Vidya Trias Novita PY - 2020 DA - 2020/11/25 TI - Association Between Duration of Breastfeeding to Incidence of Maternal Hypertension BT - Proceedings of the International Conference of Health Development. Covid-19 and the Role of Healthcare Workers in the Industrial Era (ICHD 2020) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 60 EP - 64 SN - 2468-5739 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ahsr.k.201125.011 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/ahsr.k.201125.011 ID - Uspessy2020 ER -