Correlation Between Covid-19 Pandemic and Breast Milk Production In Postpartum Mothers In Bidan Praktek Mandiri Ucu M, East Jakarta In 2021

  • Triana Indrayani Universitas Nasional Jakarta
  • Dyah Rini Cahya Ningrum Universitas Nasional
  • Anni Suciawati Universitas Nasional
Keywords: COVID-19 Pandemic, Anxiety, Breastfeeding Production

Abstract

This research used a cross-sectional method. The sample in this research was postpartum mothers on days 1 and 2. The sampling technique used was total sampling, namely 37 postpartum mothers on day 1 and day 2. Data collection was done using a questionnaire that contained 14 questions. Based on the results of the validity test, it was obtained a value of rcount > 0.6139. This means that 14 questions in the questionnaire were declared valid. Data were then analyzed using univariate and bivariate analysis with the chi-square test to determine the correlation between COVID-19 pandemic anxiety and breast milk production in postpartum mothers at Bidan Praktek Mandiri (Independent Practice Midwife) Ucu M, in East Jakarta in 2021. The results show that there is a correlation between COVID-19 pandemic anxiety and breast milk production in postpartum mothers at Bidan Praktek Mandiri Ucu M, in East Jakarta in 2021. 

Published
2021-05-15
How to Cite
Indrayani, T., Ningrum, D., & Suciawati, A. (2021). Correlation Between Covid-19 Pandemic and Breast Milk Production In Postpartum Mothers In Bidan Praktek Mandiri Ucu M, East Jakarta In 2021. STRADA Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan, 10(1), 904-909. https://doi.org/10.30994/sjik.v10i1.735