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Academic Stress related to Primary Dysmenorrhea in Young Women
Keywords:academic stress, primary dysmenorrhea, young women
Introduction: As many as 90% of teenage girls worldwide experience problems during menstruation, 50% of women experience primary dysmenorrhea and 10-20% of them suffer from symptoms that are quite severe.
Objectives: To determine the relationship between academic stress and the incidence of primary dysmenorrhea in young women at SMA N 1 Ciemas Sukabumi.
Method: The design of this study uses a descriptive correlation with a cross-sectional approach. The samples taken in this study were 55 respondents. The instruments used were the Adolescent Stress Scale (ESSA) and the Menstrual Symptom Questionnaire (MSQ).
Result: From the univariate test results, it was found that the distribution of young women experiencing dysmenorrhea (85.5%) and academic stress was in the high category (60.0%). And the results of the bivariate test showed that there was a relationship between academic stress and the incidence of primary dysmenorrhea in young women with a p-value of 0.016.
Conclusion: From the results of the research that has been done, it can be concluded that the higher the academic stress, the higher the incidence of primary dysmenorrhea.
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