Inkontinensia Urin Pascapersalinan dan Faktor-Faktor Risiko yang Memengaruhinya

Edy Fakhrizal, Sri Wahyu Maryuni


Postpartum urinary incontinence is an important and often overlooked form of maternal morbidity. The aim of this
study is to obtain prevalence of postpartum urinary incontinence and its influential risk factors. This is an observational
study. The subjects were all primipara stayed in Obstetric & Gynecology of Arifin Achmad Pekanbaru – Riau hospital,
between July 1st and December 31st 2014. The data of risk factors (demographic and obstetric) was obtained from
medical records and cough test was done too. The data was analyzed with computerized statistic data analysis 12 (
Stata 12 ). The distribution of data were analyzed with descriptive univariate and presented in (n) and (%). Bivariate
analysis was done to see any influential risk factors to postpartum urinary incontinence event. The prevalence of
urinary incontinence in this study was 30% and the influential risk factors were BMI, body weight changing during
pregnancy, delivery mode, birthweight and length of second stage.


Postpartum urinary incontinence, prevalence, risk factors.

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