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Cauvage Syndrome and Health of The First Trimester of Primigravida

Ariani, Tutu April (2017) Cauvage Syndrome and Health of The First Trimester of Primigravida. In: Health Science International Conference (HSIC 2017), 4th-5th October, 2017, Malang.

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Abstract

The Couvade Syndrome refers to physichal symptoms of varying intensity and severity experienced by expectantfather. Many husbands who experience physical symptoms during pregnancy of the partner. This situation sometimes referred as Couvade Syndrome (Fathering)A. nxiety of the husbandwhenfacingprimigravidawife in thefirst trimester with emesis gravidarum varies greatlyfrom mild anxiety to panic. Objective:The aim was to determine the relationship between Couvade Syndromeof the husband and the incident of emesis gravidarumin primigravida wife in the first trimester: Met/rod: This study used cross sectional approach. Data collection of Couvode Syndromeby measuring the anxiety level of husbands was using DASS questionnaires, while emesis gravidarum used a questionnaire based on the frequency of occurrence. Data was analyzedusing the SpearmanRank analysis (significantlevel of a 0.05, p­ value <a) using a significantlevel. Result: Based on cross­tabulationbetween the occurrence of emesis gravidarum with husband anxiety level indicates the incidence of emesis gravidarum in moderate andsevere level as many as 10 people (./I. 7%) and the most dominant anxiety level of the husband that was moderate anxiety levels as many as 7 people (29.2%). Result of Spearman Ranktest concluded that p value = 0.03> a 0.05 (5%). Conclusion: Husband anxiety when facinghis wife with emesis gravidantm varyfromno anxiety to panic, in this study the respondof husbandanxiety whenfacing his wifewith emesis gravidantm is in the moderatelevel.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Couvade Syndrome, Husband Anxiety Levels, The Incidence Of Emesis Gravidarum.
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions: Faculty of Health Science > Department of Nursing
Depositing User: Atik Yuliawati
Date Deposited: 19 Apr 2018 01:57
Last Modified: 24 Oct 2018 08:41
URI : http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/36406

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