Anemia is the largest public health problem in the world, especially for women of reproductive age. According to WHO globally the prevalence of anemia in pregnant women around the world is 41.8%. One of the causes of anemia in pregnancy is parity and maternal age.This research use analytical method with cross sectional approach. The population in this study were all pregnant women in the working area of UPTD Puskesmas Tanjung Agung OKU period August - Ocktober, and a sample of 277 people. Data analysis using univariate analysis and bivariate analysis using distribution tables and Chi-Square statistical test, with 95% confidence degree. In the univariate analysis, 277 respondents who experienced anemia incidence in pregnant women were 118 respondents (42,6%) and 159 respondents (57,4%) who did not experience anemia in pregnant mother, the risk parity was 226 respondents ( 81,6%) and parity is not risk as much 51 respondent (18,4%), age at risk as much as 199 respondent (71,8%) and age not risk as much 78 respondents (28,2%) Statistical analysis showed a correlation between the incidence of anemia in pregnant women with parity (p value 0.023) and age (p value 0.028). Healthcare workers are expected to conduct health promotion by providing information on the importance of taking proper ferrum tablets, eating foods containing ferrum sources, and the importance of vitamin C to increase absorption of ferrum in the body.