Factor of Anxiety Level Primiparous Women



DOI: https://doi.org/10.25077/jom.5.1.8-12.2020


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Fauziah Iinda Gurnita (Fauziah Winda Gurnita1, Ari Suwondo2, Rara Sri Endang Puji Astuti3 1Department of Midwifery, Karya Husada Health Science Institute of Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia 2Department of Public Health, Diponegoro Univeristy Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia 3Department of Nursing, Semarang Health Politecnic, Semarang, Indonesia)
Ari Suwondo (2Department of Public Health, Diponegoro Univeristy Semarang)
Rara Sri Endang PujiAstuti (Department of Nursing, Semarang Health Politecnic)

Abstract


The majority of primiparous woman signs of anxiety are often overlooked due to a lack of awareness of the impact of later life on the child's mother, husband or other family relationships which will be a psychological burden for primiparaous. Factors studied were age, education, job, economic status is not affected to anxiety level primiparous woman. Ethnic group influences anxiety level because it shapes the environment and effective perceptions for primiparous mothers and families. Because ethnic group make environmental entity shapes how the mother's psychological state runs during the postpartum process.

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Anxiety level, factors, primiparous women

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