HUBUNGAN DESIRE DALAM AKTIVITAS SEKSUAL DENGAN HORMON PROGESTERON WANITA HAMIL TRIMESTER I, II DAN III

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Arif Tirtana
Ova Emilia
Dicky Moch. Rizal

Abstract

Pregnant women will produce higher hormone progesteron in each trimester (TM), this is intended to
maintain pregnancy. One function of the progesterone hormone in maintaining pregnancy is the progesterone
hormone as immunomodulator. The hormone progesterone can suppress the activation of NK cells in pregnant
women. The hormone progesterone in women serves as a sexual drive that in stimulating the existence of sexual
activity (Desire). The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of desire with progesterone
hormone in pregnant women TM I, TM II and TM III. The research design was cross sectional. Sample
calculation on research based on correlation coefficient (r) using total sample size formula. Evaluation of desire
using Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) questionnaire. Different tests use Kruskal Wallis. Correlation test
using pearson. The results of different desire test in pregnant women TM I, TM II and TM III were 0,250 (P>
0,005). Different test results of progesterone hormone in pregnant women of trimester I, II and III with result
0.000 (p <0,005). Result of desire correlation test with progesterone hormone in pregnant woman of trimester I,

II and III with result 0.000 (p <0,005). There is no significant difference between the desire in TM I, TM II and
TM III. There was a significant relationship between the concentrations of TM, II and III progesterone
hormones. There is a significant relationship between the desire TM I, II and III with the concentration of TM, II
and III progesterone hormones.

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