The Influence of Consumption of Ambon Banance (Musa Paradisiaca. L) Towards a Decrease in the Intensity of Nausea Vomiting in Pregnant Women in I Trimester

Miftakhur Rohmah • Shanty Natalia • Anggriani S. Anggriani
Journal article Journal for Quality in Women's Health • 2018

Abstract

The majority of pregnant women experiencing nausea vomiting in early pregnancy. Nausea vomiting in early pregnancy is something that reasonable experienced by all pregnant women during intensitasnya is not excessive. The purpose of this research is to know the influence of the giving of the consumption of pisang ambon (Musa Paradisiaca. L) towards a decrease in the intensity of nausea and vomiting I Trimester of pregnant women at work-area Clinics Sukorame Kediri Year 2017. The research design was used pre-launch experiment with one group pre-post test design. The population in this research is all over I trimester of pregnant women at Clinics Sukorame Kediri who experienced nausea vomiting with a sample of 19 respondents. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. The research design was used pre-launch experiment with one group pre-post test design. The population in this research is all over I trimester of pregnant women at Clinics Sukorame Kediri who experienced nausea vomiting with a sample of 19 respondents. The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. It is recommended for the respondent to make research results as literature in coping with nausea vomiting in early pregnancy

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Journal for Quality in Women's Health

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