Vol - 25, Issue - 3
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-20-02-2020-277
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Abstract : Indonesian Demographic Health Survey data the use of traditional family planning (FP) methods continues to increase in Indonesia, in 2017 married women aged 15-49 years using a FP method reached 64%, which is an increase from 2013 of 59.7%, while those using non modern FP methods in 2013 were only 0.4% and increased to 6% in 2017. This research was used quantitative research with analytical research design using cross sectional approach. The design of this study was used to determine the reinforcing factor of non modern contraceptive use in the city of Yogyakarta. This research has been carried out in three areas of the city of Yogyakarta, namely the Districts of Mergangsan, Gondokusuman, and Mantrijeron in July 2019. There is a correlation between health care support and non modern contraceptive use, the use of male contraception (spouse contraceptive use) is statistically significant to the use of traditional contraception, respondents whose husbands male contraception have 0.04 times the opportunity to use traditional contraception compared to respondents whose husband do not uses contraception for men. The factors that reinforce couples in the child hearing age to use non modern contraceptive are: use of male (husband) contraceptive methods and support from health workers

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